Pope Francis tells Benedict XVI’s controversial private secretary he must leave the Vatican by July 1
According to many in the Vatican, Archbishop Gänswein’s tell-all book published shortly after Benedict’s death revealed a lack of trustworthiness, loyalty and reserve on the part of a man who was meant to be serving two popes.
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Pope Francis: Jesuit Matteo Ricci brought the Catholic faith to China with dialogue, friendship and consistency
In his general audience, Pope Francis discusses the apostolic zeal of Matteo Ricci, the Jesuit who successfully taught and spread the Gospel in China in the 1500s.
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Podcast: The Vatican’s new social media document has some blind spots
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Martin Amis leaves behind a remarkable corpus of fiction, essays and memoir—even if he could be eminently dislikable.
The ‘holy whodunits’ of G.K. Chesterton, Agatha Christie and Ralph McInerny
For Chesterton, Christie and McInerny, a mystery story was the perfect device for showing how even dramatic sins, like murder, spring from the fallen condition that all human beings share.
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Filmmaker Nida Manzoor’s vision of the modern Muslim woman: funny, rebellious—and imperfect
Nida Manzoor’s goal is to show that the culture surrounding Islam is as three dimensional and dynamic as any other faith’s.