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New bishop in Spain

July 28, 2015. The Pope accepted the resignation of Msgr. Joan Piris Frígola, bishop of the diocese of Lleida (Spain). To replace him, the Pope has appointed as the new bishop Msgr. Salvador Giménez Valls.
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New patriarch of the Armenian Catholic Church

July 27, 2015. On July 24th, the Synod of the Armenian Catholic Church convened in Beirut and elected the 80 year old Grégorie Pierre XX Ghabroyan as patriarch. Pope Francis confirmed the appointment and granted the "ecclesiastical communion” within a few hours. Until 2013, Grégorie Pierre XX Ghabroyan was the apostolic exarch for Armenian Catholics living in France, but he resigned due to his advanced age. He will become the successor to Nersés Pierre XIX Tarmouni, who died on June 25th.
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New bishop in Colombia

July 24, 2015. The Pope appointed Victor Manuel Ochoa Cadavid to be Bishop of Cúcuta. Until now, he was bishop of Málaga - Soatá.
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New auxiliary bishop in South Korea

July 23, 2015. The Pope has appointed John Moon Hee Jong auxiliary bishop of Suwon (South Korea). He was the diocesan director of the Department for Evangelization and a seminary professor.
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Appointments

Pope Francis has appointed Fr. Joseph Kodakallil as the new eparchial Bishop of Satna dei Siro-Malabaresi in India. Up until now, he served as the pastor of the St. Vicent Cathedral.
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New auxiliary bishops

July 21, 2015. Pope Francis has nominated three new auxiliary Bishops in the archdiocese of Los Angeles. They include, Msgr. David O’Connell and Msgr. Joseph Brennan from Los Angeles and Father Robert Barron from Chicago. The Pope also accepted the retirement of Bishop Gerald Wilkerson, Auxiliary Bishop for the San Fernando Pastoral Region.
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Heroic virtue decrees

July 17, 2015. The Pope has approvedthe heroic virtues of the following Servants of God: AndreaSzeptyckyj, from the order of St. Basil, Metropolitan of Halyc;Giuseppe Carraro, Bishop of Verona; Agustin Ramirez Barba, a diocesanpriest, founder of the Congregation of the Sisters Servants of theLord of Misericorida; Simpliciano della Natività, priest of theOrder of Friars Minor; Maria del Refugio Aguilar Torres, founder ofthe Congregation of Mercedarian Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament;Maria Teresa Dupouy Bordes, professed religious of the Sacred Heartof Jesus, foundress of the Congregation of the Missionaries of theSacred Heart of Jesus and Mary; Elisa Miceli, Founder of theInstitute of the Catechist Sisters of the Sacred Heart; and HerreroIsabel Mendez, professed sister of the Congregation of the Sisters ofSt. Joseph.
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Financial Report

July 16, 2015. According a financial report issued on Thursday, the Vatican City State posted a $69 million surplus in 2014. The gains were due mostly to profits from the Vatican museums and other cultural events and activities. The Holy See, reported a deficit of roughly $28 million in the report, which shows a reduction in deficit when compared to 2013.
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Wesolowski back in Vatican

July 16, 2015. Josef Wesolowski, who is accused of sexually abusing minors in the Dominican Republic, is reportedly back in the Vatican under house arrest. The former Archbishop was hospitalized a day before he was set to face a Vatican tribunal.
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Resignation

July 15, 2015. Pope Francis has accepted the resignation of Archbishop of Passo Fundo, Brazil, Arch. Antonio Carlos Altieri, 63. Paulo Antonio de Conto has been appointed as the administrator of the Archdiocese.
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New bishop in France

July, 15 2015. The Popehas appointed Laurent Camiade as bishop of the diocese of Cahors(France). Until now, he was the pastor of a church in the Lavardacregion, also in France. He replaces Msgr. Norbert Turini.
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New auxiliary bishop in Germany

July, 15 2015. The Popehas appointed Udo Bentz as auxiliary bishop of Mainz (Germany). Untilnow, he was the rector of the Seminary of Mainz.
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Vatican issues statement on Iranian Nuclear Deal

July 14, 2015. The Vatican has issued a statement regarding the Iranian Nuclear Program Agreement. Through a written statement, the Vatican stated: "It is hoped that those fruits will not be limited to the field of nuclear programme, but may indeed extend further."
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Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI returns from his vacation at Castel Gandolfo

July 14, 2015. Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI returned to Rome this morning after two weeks of rest at Castel Gandolfo. Before leaving, the Pope Emeritus blessed the city. On June 30th, Pope Francis visited him to say farewell before his vacation.
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Appointment of Auxiliary Bishop of Seoul (South Korea)

July 14, 2015. The Pope has appointed the Rev. Benedictus Son Hee-Song as Auxilary Bishop of Seoul (South Korea).
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Appointment of Auxiliary Bishop in Santiago (Chile)

July 14, 2015. Pope Francis has appointed as Auxiliary Bishop of Santiago (Chile) the Rev. Father Jorge Enrique Concha Cayuqueo, O.F.M., who until now was the Provincial Minister of the Franciscans in Chile.
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New bishop in Ghana

July 14, 2015. The Holy Father has accepted the resignation of Msgr. Francis Anani Kofi Lodonu as Bishop of Ho (Ghana). The Pope has appointed Rev. P. Emmanuel Fianu, S.V.D. to replace him.
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Appointments

July 8, 2015. Pope Francis has appointed Msgr. José Luis Gomes de Vasconeclos, as the new Bishop of Sorbal in Brazil. Up until now, he served as the Auxiliary Bishop of Fortaleza, Brazil.
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Appointments

July 7, 2015. Msgr. Santiago Silva Retamales, who served as the Auxiliary Bishop of Valparaiso in Chile, has been appointed as the new military ordinariate of Chile.
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New bishops in the Philippines

July 3, 2015. Pope Francishas nominated Msgr. Dennis C. Villarojo andFather Oscar J. L.Florencio to be the Auxiliary Bishops of the Archdiocese of Cebu(Philippines). Since 2010, Villarojo has been at the parish of OurLady of the Sacred Heart in Cebu City. Florencio has been the rectorof Saint John the Evangelist School of Theology since 2013.

Canadian singer Matt Maher releases videoclip “All the People Said Amen”

2014-03-21

Few months after releasing his last album, Canadian singer Matt Maher released a new video for his single "All the People Said Amen.”

In this song, Maher compares the Catholic Church to a collage of cultures, etnicities and social classes.

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Singer and composer
"I think God takes these pieces from all these walks and areas of life and they’re called people, and he puts them together, and he creates a work of art so that the world looks and says ‘man, that’s beautiful.’ Thats’s why I wanted to make this record. That’s why I wanted to capture the Church singing these songs that I’ve written from different seasons and periods in my life, and to put it all together, just to help remind people that we are all part of a really big work of art.”

The album was nominated for a 2014 Grammy for Best Christian Music Album, and was also highly praised by critics and fans.

In his 10 year career, the singer has released six albums. Some feature other world famous Christian singers, like Audrey Assad.

In 2014, Matt Maher will tour the United States and give 12 concerts, where he'll keep talking about God with his music and melodies.


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