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Bruno Marie Duffé, new secretary of the Department for Integral Development

June 16, 2017. Thepope has named French priest Bruno Marie Duffé, from Lyon, number two of the Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development. He will be in charge of one of the key offices in the Vatican Curia.
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Angela Merkel to meet with pope on June 17

June 9, 2017. The Vatican has confirmed that on Saturday, June 17, German Chancellor Angela Merkel will meet with Pope Francis. Both have previously met in Rome in May 2016, February 2015 and May 2013, two months after Pope Francis was elected pontiff.
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Pope Francis to meet with Venezuelan bishops on June 8

June 5, 2017. Pope Francis will meet with Venezuelan bishops next Thursday to discuss the situation their country is facing.

New secretary of the Dicastery for Laity, Family and Life

May 31, 2017. The Brazilian priest Alexandre Awi Mello, the National Director of Brazil's Schönstatt Movement, will serve as the new secretary. He was born Rio de Janeiro in 1971, and ordained a priest in 2001.
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Pope sends condolences and solidarity to Cairo after bus attack

May 26, 2017. Secretary of State, Pietro Parolin, wrote a letter to His Excellency Abdel Fattah Al Sisi after the bus attack Friday in Cairo, which left close to 30 Coptic Christians dead, including children, and many others injured.

An app that lets users read the Bible and the writings of saints


This is iPieta: a Catholic app that contains thousands of years, traditions, and pages, condensed into one place. 

With technology as an ally, users have access to the Bible, as well as many prayers and devotions. It also includes information on the Rosary, and has a daily Saint of the Day

There are the writings of St. Teresa of the Child Jesus and St. Thomas Aquinas’ Summa, as well as papal documents

Fortunately, much of this content can be shared and read with these features, which include note taking, bookmarking, and sharing. As one can see, it is also available in Spanish, as well as French, German, and Turkish. 

In an ever-advancing world, iPieta is using these technological changes to allow others to access the Bible, and other Catholic works, in a new light.