DAILY CATHOLIC    THURSDAY     October 7, 1999     vol. 10, no. 191

NEWS & VIEWS
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"MYSTERY OF INFINITE LOVE" IS PAPAL THEME

        VATICAN (CWNews.com) -- At his regular public audience on Wednesday, October 6, Pope John Paul II spoke of "the mystery of infinite love" which is made manifest in the Incarnation.

        God "does not remain far off, but intervenes in history," the Pope pointed out, in the 920th weekly catechetical talk of his pontificate.

        At the close of his audience, the Holy Father voiced his satisfaction with the news that the Organization of African States had reached a preliminary agreement to resolve the conflict between Ethiopia and Eritrea. He asked the 18,000 pilgrims who had gathered in St. Peter's Square to pray for peace in Africa and "in all the countries that are still suffering because of war."


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October 7, 1999       volume 10, no. 191
NEWS & VIEWS

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