File - In this picture taken Thursday, July 31, 2014, Pope Francis smiles during his visit at the Jesuit Curia, in Rome. (AP Photo/Roy Sebastian Nellipuzhayil)
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Pope Francis made a "surprise" appearance this week at a luncheon that brought him together with the family of Jesuit priest Father Paolo Dall'Oglio, who went missing in Syria one year ago.Attending the luncheon were the seven siblings of Dall'Oglio, who was abducted in Syria a year ago, after achieving prominence during the early years of the popular uprising as an opponent of the Syrian regime's violent crackdown.The Al-Qaeda splinter group ISIS is widely believed to have seized Dall'Oglio in Raqqa on July 29 of last year.
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