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On his last day in Uganda, he repeatedly urged Christians here to draw inspiration from their martyrs.

Good Catholics embrace dialogue; it is only our latter-day cafeteria Catholics who think they can omit dialogue from their theology, piety and practice.

From the moment he steeped off the plane at Entebbe airport, the Ugandans in a thousand ways demonstrated their immense joy and happiness that Pope Francis had come to visit them.

Pope Francis first hit out hard against “the dreadful injustice of urban exclusion” when he visited the one of the city’s many slums and, an hour later at a rally with young people, he slammed corruption and tribalism.

It all comes back to this: to wait upon the Lord. The promise has been made. And now, we wait.

Pope Francis said he hopes this gathering "will achieve a global and transformational" agreement.

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Camillian Father Bernard Kinvi directs the hospital at the Catholic mission in Bossemptele, northwestern Central African Republic. When brutal sectarian violence erupted in the country in 2013, Father Kinvi saved the lives of hundreds of besieged Muslims, whom he gathered from their homes and sheltered in the Catholic church.


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