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Pope expands efforts to help needy with a health station
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22 December 2018
On 22 December 2018 The Associated Press reported:
The Pope's official almsgiver has opened a health station beneath St. Peter's Square to serve the homeless, expanding Pope Francis' efforts to care for the needy living close to the heart of the Roman Catholic Church. The Vatican said Saturday (22 December) that the Mother of Mercy health office is Pope Francis' latest gift to the homeless.
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