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[Austen Ivereigh] From some of today’s headlines about Pope Francis yesterday being handed a poster calling for dialogue between the UK and Argentina over the Falklands, you would imagine that he was urging a re-invasion of the islands. The Telegraph is the … Continue reading

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The CV Bolivia team at the end of the training: Romel Brun, Bernardo Pacheco, Stephanie Morón, Jack Valero, María de los Ángeles Ruiz, Andres Eichmann, Akemi Ponce Sakurai, Claudia Acosta, Mauricio Pacheco and Adriana Mendoza.   IT SEEMS incredible that last week...

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Catholic Voices is a project which began in the UK to improve the Church's representation in the media, above all in news programs and debates. It started in 2010 with the six-month training of 24 lay people and a priest in preparation for the UK visit of Pope Benedict XVI. Our appearances on over 100 ...

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The Pope Between Two Worlds: A Briefing on Pope Francis's Historic Visit to Cuba and the U.S.A.

The Pope Between Two Worlds: A Briefing on Pope Francis's Historic Visit to Cuba and the U.S.A.

The Pope’s visit to the United States via Cuba at the end of September will be the most challenging and densely covered week of his pontificate. Within months of brokering the restoration of US-Cuba ties, Francis will be the first pope to visit both countries consecutively. After three days charting a future o...

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Francis in South America: Building Bridges on the Peripheries

Francis in South America: Building Bridges on the Peripheries

From 5-12 July Pope Francis will visit Ecuador, Bolivia and Paraguay on an 8-day visit that is being spoken of one as one of the most significant of his papacy so far. What he is hoping to achieve? What will be the impact of his first apostolic visit to the region? Jack Valero, who visited Bolivia in June to hel...

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Praised Be You: A Briefing for Journalists and CV Speakers on the Forthcoming Environment Encyclical

Praised Be You: A Briefing for Journalists and CV Speakers on the Forthcoming Environment Encyclical

Pope Francis’s letter to the Church and the world on the environment, expected 18 June, is one of the most eagerly anticipated papal documents in recent times. It is also one of the most controversial. Hear four speakers give the vital background, and lift the lid on what’s likely to be in it. AUSTEN...

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Arise TV News - John Coverdale on Laudato Si, the new Papal Encyclical on the environment

18/06/2015

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02/06/2015

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BBC World Service Newshour - Austen Ivereigh on the Jesuit missions in Paraguay 12/07/2015

Catholic Voices Academy - Pope Francis trip to Ecuador, Bolivia and Paraguay: presentation by Catholic Voices and the ambassadors of Ecuador, Bolivia and Paraguay in London 02/07/2015

BBC Radio 4 Today - Austen Ivereigh on Laudato Si, the new Papal Encyclical on the environment 16/06/2015

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The Irish Catholic - CV Greg Daly on the Irish marriage referendum 30/04/2015

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A few months before Pope Benedict XVI arrived in the UK for his historic visit, the Catholic Voices project set out to ensure t...

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