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Pope Francis received more than 5 000 Romani pilgrims from the Americas, Asia and Europe at the Vatican on 26 October 2015. (PHOTO:  YouTube.com)
Pope Francis received more than 5 000 Romani pilgrims from the Americas, Asia and Europe at the Vatican on 26 October 2015. (PHOTO: YouTube.com)

Pope Francis to Roma: Your nation deserves a new story

27.10.2015 10:11 Yesterday Pope Francis received more than 5 000 Romani people from the Americas, Asia and Europe at the Vatican. The meeting was part of the International Pilgrimage of Gypsies, organized by the Pontifical Council for the Pastoral Care of Migrants and Itinerant Peoples from 23 to 26 October on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of a visit paid to Romani people in Pomezia, Italy, by Pope Paul VI.  full story

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Italy: Several thousand Roma walk the stations of the cross in Rome

27.10.2015 7:34 On the night of Saturday 24 October those attending the International Pilgrimage of Gypsies walked the stations of the cross. At each of the 14 stations a different person from a different country was asked to speak.  full story

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videoLIVE BROADCAST 10:30 GMT today: Romani people meet with Pope Francis

26.10.2015 7:01 Pope Francis will receive more than 5 000 Romani people from the Americas, Asia and Europe today in the Paul VI Audience Hall, Vatican City at 10:30 GMT and the event will be broadcast live online. The meeting concludes the International Pilgrimage of Gypsies, which was organized by the Pontifical Council for the Pastoral Care of Migrants and Itinerant Peoples between 23 and 26 October this year to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Pope Paul VI's visit to Romani people in a travellers' camp in Pomezia, Italy.  full story

Almost 2 000 Romani people granted historic audience with the Pope

Vatican, 12.6.2011 18:03, (ROMEA) Yesterday Pope Benedict XVI called on Europe not to forget the "too-little recognized" pain caused by the annihilation of Romani people in Nazi camps and to protect them from future "torment". During his historic reception of almost 2 000 Romani pilgrims from 20 European countries at the Vatican, the Pope also called on them to integrate into society and start writing a new page in European history.  full story

Gypsies in Europe still face discrimination, Vatican officials say

Vatican, 4.3.2010 10:10, (U.S.Catholic) Undoubtedly the most discriminated minority group in Europe, the Gypsies experience the impact of firmly rooted stereotypes every day, said a Vatican official.  full story

Report from first world meeting of Gypsy Priests, Deacons and Religious

Vatican, 8.11.2007 10:33, (Fides) The First World Meeting of Gypsy Priests, Deacons and Religious Men and Women, held in Rome from 22 - 25 September issued a statement yesterday.  full story




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