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Papal prayers for Dublin meeting

Catholic World News - June 13, 2012

At the close of his regular weekly public audience on June 13, Pope Benedict sent his greetings to participants in the 50th International Eucharistic Congress, taking place in Dublin this week.

Calling the meeting “an important opportunity to reaffirm the central place of the Eucharist in the life of the Church,” the Pope asked the faithful to “remain spiritually united to Christians in Ireland and the world, praying for the work of the congress, that the Eucharist may always be the pulsating heart of all Church life.”

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