Middle East

Pope visits Morocco to boost dialogue, meet migrants

In this Sunday, March 10, 2019 file photo, Christians, mostly sub-Saharan migrants, attend mass in a cathedral in Rabat, Morocco. Pope Francis is forging ahead with his promotion of moderate Islam during a weekend trip to Morocco, seeking to build on warming ties with the Sunni world while also ministering to a tiny Catholic community and offering solidarity with migrants. For the 82-year-old pope, the 27-hour, whirlwind visit to Rabat will be a welcome reboot to a year that has otherwise been d

 

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