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On his first day in Iraq, Pope Francis encouraged its leaders to embrace its religious and ethnic diversity
Explainer: Cardinal Tobin will now help Pope Francis pick bishops. What does that mean for the U.S. Church?
Cardinal Joseph Tobin, named today to the influential Congregation for Bishops, has been known as a “Pope Francis bishop”—one who generally follows the pope’s lead in prioritizing social justice issues and dialogue over culture war flashpoints.
Emeritus Pope Benedict XVI marked the eighth anniversary of his resignation by insisting he stepped down knowingly and that “there is only one pope”—Francis.
Arkansas is a land of opportunity for the Yis, as well as the site of their suffering.
By Eve Tushnet
George Balanchine's jarring choreography breathes new life into a parable that itself upends expectations.
Pete Docter was inspired by Father Martin’s book The Jesuit Guide to (Almost) Everything and its insights about Ignatian spirituality.
By Molly Cahill