The Vatican announced, Pope Francis suspending public audiences

The Vatican announced in early November that, amid a surge of coronavirus infections in Europe, Pope Francis was suspending public audiences and would celebrate all upcoming liturgies without the throngs of faithful present. The Pope returned to his private library with around 10 priests to translate summaries of his


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