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Vice President Pence meets with Holy See Secretary of State Cardinal Pietro Parolin (White House)

Catholic Culture Wednesday, 15 November 2017 ()
“The leaders underscored the fundamental values shared by the United States and the Holy See and their mutual commitment to engage globally to promote human rights, combat human suffering, and protect religious freedom,” the White House stated. They also discussed Venezuela, Iraq, Syria, and human trafficking.
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