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Latest news about Lionel Messi
Barcelona maintain perfect start as Ivan Rakitic goal beats Athletic Bilbao
Source: The GuardianDate: Sun, 28 Aug 2016 20:59:06 GMT
Ivan Rakitic scored in the first half to help Barcelona win 1-0 at Athletic Bilbao on Sunday for a second straight victory at the start of the La Liga season. The Croatia midfielder headed in a well-placed cross by Arda Turan to cap a quick attack that broke down Bilbao’s high defensive line in the 21st minute.Lionel Messi and Luis Suárez were both off target with a handful of opportunities to seal the victory at San Mamés Stadium but Barcelona’s dominant possession game never let Bilbao mount a serious challenge. Continue reading...
Latest news about Rihanna
Rami Malek, Plus Rihanna, Olivia Munn, Chris Hemsworth & More!
Source: People.com Celeb PhotosDate: Fri, 26 Aug 2016 06:00:00 EDT
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Latest news about Pope Francis
Open your hearts to those 'defeated by life,' Pope Francis says
Source: CNA Daily News - VaticanDate: Sun, 28 Aug 2016 08:58:00 -0600
Vatican City, Aug 28, 2016 / 08:58 am (CNA/EWTN News).- In the wake of the Norcia earthquake, Pope Francis again offered prayers and said he hopes to visit the victims. He also reflected on the gospel call to help the poor. “Today, Jesus gives a voice to those without a voice and asks each of us an urgent appeal to open our hearts and make our own the sufferings and anxieties of the poor, the hungry, the marginalized, refugees, those defeated by life, those who are rejected by society and the arrogance of the strongest,” the Pope said during his Angelus message on Sunday. He discussed the gospel parable of a wedding feast where a guest who takes the highest seat of honor must move to the lowest seat when someone of a higher rank arrives. “Jesus makes us understand the necessity of choosing the last place, to search the smallness and obscurity,” Pope Francis said Aug. 28. Pride and vanity are the cause of many evils in the worl (...)