Italian earthquake victims receive donation from Pope
CWN - May 28, 2012
Pope Benedict XVI has made a contribution of €100,000 ($125,000) to support victims of a recent earthquake in Italy.
Cor Unum, the papal charity, announced that the Pope’s donation would be allocated among the dioceses of the region hit by the earthquake—Carpi, Mantua, Modena-Nonantola, and Ferrara-Comacchio—to support diocesan relief activities among the earthquake victims.
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