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His parents eventually became disenchanted with the Children of God; they decided to leave the group and returned to the U. "Leaf" became the name he used as a child actor, until at age 15 he changed it back to Joaquin.Phoenix and his siblings were eventually discovered by one of Hollywood's leading children's agents, Iris Burton, who got the five children acting work, mainly doing commercials and television show appearances.The Irish Catholic Bishops’ Conference has today warmly welcomed today’s confirmation of the papal visit.On behalf of the faithful of Ireland we warmly welcome today’s announcement, by the Holy Father himself, that he plans to visit Dublin in August for the World Meeting of Families.The Holy Mass for the World Meeting of Families in Phoenix Park is expected to attract thousands of pilgrims from Ireland and from around the world.The previous visit by a sitting Pontiff to Ireland was in 1979 when Pope John Paul II also said Mass in Phoenix Park to crowd of 1.25 million people.After appearing in the CBS television film Kids Don't Tell (1985), Phoenix made his theatrical film debut in Space Camp (1986) as Max, a 12-year-old who goes to Kennedy Space Center to learn about the NASA space program and undergoes amateur astronaut training.He guest starred in the anthology series Alfred Hitchcock Presents episode "A Very Happy Ending" in the same year, playing a child who blackmails a hitman (played by Robert Loggia) into killing his father (John Aprea).
All 26 dioceses on the island of Ireland are supporting the World Meeting of the Families, the organisation of which is being led by the Archbishop Diarmuid Martin of Dublin.
Phoenix started acting in television series with his brother River Phoenix and sister Summer Phoenix.
His first major film release was in the film Space Camp (1986).
The Catholic gathering is held every three years and this year is being hosted in Dublin between 21 – 26 August.
Pope Francis will also take part in the Festival of Families in Croke Park on 25 August.
He received international attention for his portrayal of Commodus in the 2000 historical epic film Gladiator, which earned him a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor.