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WMOF2018

Aleteia's exclusive coverage of the World Meeting of Families 2018 in Dublin, Ireland and Pope Francis' apostolic visit to Ireland.

In pictures: Pope Francis’ first apostolic visit to Ireland

A pictorial summary of his 24th apostolic visit outside of Italy.

American missionaries find success spreading the Gospel in Ireland and Europe

FOCUS missionaries are now building relationships and converting souls in college campuses throughout Europe.

Irish couple married for 75 years shares secret to happiness at #2018WMOF

One of Ireland's longest married couples gave their powerful testimony of faith, love and laughter.

Cooking priest encourages couples to “spice up” their married life with faith and sacrifice

Fr. Leo Patalinghug delivers energetic talk about the joys and crosses of married life at the World Meeting of Families.

Pope Francis asks forgiveness for clergy cover-up of abuse at closing Mass

The Holy Father made a litany of apologies during the final Mass of his apostolic visit to Ireland.

In Knock, Pope calls for “firm and decisive” action in pursuit of “truth and justice”

The Holy Father also begged "the Lord’s forgiveness for these sins" of the abuse scandal.

Pope Francis to families: “The family that prays together stays together”

The Holy Father gave an encouraging address to 80,000 people assembled for Festival of Families in Ireland.

Pope Francis exhorts families to begin a “revolution of love” in the home

The Holy Father spoke at length to 350 married and engaged couples assembled at St. Mary's Pro Cathedral in Dublin.

Holy Father calls abuse scandal “repugnant” in speech to civil authorities in Ireland

Pope Francis responds strongly to criticism made by Ireland's Prime Minister.

Pope Francis arrives in Ireland for first apostolic visit

The Holy Father is greeted by civil authorities, signs a guest book and plants a ceremonial tree at president's house in Dublin.

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