WA Delegate: The Grand Principality of San Juan de Sinka (elected )
Founder: The Theocracy of The CCS Founder
Embassies: Catholic, The United Defenders League, Right to Life, Vatican, The Christian Republic, Res Publica Catholicae Borgiae, Christian, League of Christian Nations, Bracara et Caralis, Christianity, Pro Life International, The conservative christians, The Illuminati, The Unified Christians Alliance, Stupor Mundi, Soli Deo gloria, and 25 others.Conservative League, Nelborne Union, Central Pacific Empire, POLATION, Parliamentary Union of Sovereign Nations, Christadelphia, Fifth Empire, The Patriarchy, The Kingdom of Wurttemberg, The Danube Federation, Maritime MAST, The Steel Legion, The Great Conservative Alliance, The Federal Commonwealth, Independent Dem of Catholic Territories, The League of Conservative Nations, Commonwealth of Catholic Nations, Conservative Alliance United, Orthanc at Isengard, Alter Europa, The Alliance of Roman Catholic States, Traditional Catholic Empire, The Holy Roman Catholic Empire, Alliance of Orthodox Nations, and Sanctum of Christianity.
The embassy with Sanctum of Christianity is being withdrawn. Closure expected .
Regional Power: Moderate
Today's World Census Report
The Nudest in Coalition of Catholic States
After exhaustive surveys, the World Census calculated which nations have the greatest acreages of flesh on public display.
As a region, Coalition of Catholic States is ranked 7,652nd in the world for Nudest.
- : The Holy Empire of Luzerna departed this region for Spear Danes.
- : The Holy Empire of The Devotees of Christ of the region Sanctum of Christianity ordered the closure of its embassy in Coalition of Catholic States.
- : Synaxis ceased to exist.
- : Rin raindrop valley international news 1 ceased to exist.
- : The Eternal Doorknocker-Knocker of Purplelandiana arrived from Balder.
- : The Holy Empire of Luzerna arrived from Holy states of chronos.
- : Ecclesia militans ceased to exist.
- : The Eternal Doorknocker-Knocker of Purplelandiana ceased to exist.
- : The Theocracy of Pax Veridium arrived from Osiris.
- : The Allied States of The Confederacy of the Republic of the region DonaldTrumpland withdrew an invitation to construct embassies.
Coalition of Catholic States Regional Message Board
Hello, I come to recall something.
The Principality of Dorne of Sunspear started well months ago looking for pretenders to Burgundy-Auvergne with historic and geographical reasons to apply (I think we got The Holy Republic of Gebidia but I don't remember well). Also we added a great new casus belli, the Villareal's slander against me. Unfortunately, this captured the whole matter, starting what was not even a war and replacing the good RP of the Burgundian Succession. So, now that Villareal is nowhere and the region is calm again (maybe too much) I suggest to retake that RP, look for other firm pretenders and start it. What do you say?
And here, in a different message, I want to express my deep condolences to Synaxis and encourage everyone to join the prayers on their behalf.
May God rest her soul.
I have no claims on Burgundy-Auvergne myself, but I should like to have a large RP debate about the claimants.
I am happy to announce the release of Right to Life's June Newsletter: page=dispatch/id=655996
Please upvote to support the pro-life cause on NS.
POPE TO VISIT POLAND FOR WORLD YOUTH DAY - all invited to join
VATICAN CITY (CNS) -- Pope Francis said he looks forward to his upcoming visit to Poland for World Youth Day from 27-31 July, and that his visit will be inspired by mercy during this Jubilee Year.
The "blessed memory of St. John Paul II, who instituted the World Youth Days and was the guide of the Polish people in its recent historic journey toward freedom," will also serve as an inspiration, the pope said in a July 19 video message to the people of Poland.
The pope will join hundreds of thousands of young people from around the world during his July 27-31 visit to celebrate World Youth Day.
The 2016 World Youth Day celebration will mark the 30th anniversary of when St. John Paul II, the former archbishop of Krakow, invited bishops all over the world to hold an annual event for youths in their dioceses. The first international gathering, now held every two or three years, was in 1987 in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where Pope Francis was born and ministered before becoming pope.
In his video message, the pope said he blessed young people traveling to Krakow and was "praying that it will be a pilgrimage of faith and fraternity."
"I am very anxious to meet you and to offer the world a new sign of harmony, a mosaic of different faces, from many races, languages, peoples and cultures, but all united in the name of Jesus, who is the face of mercy," the pope said.
Addressing the people of Poland, the pope said that despite the trials and difficulties throughout their history, the Polish nation "has persevered through the power of faith, upheld by the maternal hands of the Virgin Mary."
"I am certain that my pilgrimage to the shrine of Czestochowa will immerse me in this proven faith and do me so much good," he said.
Pope Francis said he looked forward to meeting the bishops, priests, men and women religious and the laity, particularly emphasizing the importance of marriage and the family in society.
"The moral and spiritual 'health' of a nation is seen in its families. That is why St. John Paul II showed such great concern for engaged couples, young married couples and families. Continue along this road," the pope said.
In a news conference July 20, Jesuit Father Federico Lombardi, Vatican spokesman, said that among the highlights of the pope's visit will be his stop at the concentration camps of Auschwitz and Birkenau.
More than 1 million people, including St. Teresa Benedicta of the Cross and St. Maximilian Kolbe, died in those two camps alone, he said.
The pope will also meet with 10 Holocaust survivors and will visit St. Maximilian Kolbe's cell. Father Lombardi noted that the pope's visit will coincide with the 75th anniversary of the Polish saint's death sentence.
Father Pawel Rytel-Andrianik, spokesman for the Polish Bishops' Conference, told journalists that more than 335,000 young people have registered to attend the World Youth Day. He also told journalists that an estimated 1.8 million people are expected to attend the World Youth Day's final Mass July 31 at "Campus Misericordiae" ("Field of Mercy").