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FaithNews Analysis
Michael J. O’Loughlin
While many L.G.B.T. Catholics have welcomed Pope Francis' emphasis on inclusion and welcome, they hope for future changes in policies and rhetoric around L.G.B.T. issues in the church.
pope francis is waving and in focus and everyone else around him is blurry in a photo with slow shutter speed at a general audience
Nicole Winfield - Associated Press
The number of women working in the Vatican has increased during Pope Francis' 10 years as pope, though women still face resistance from certain members of the church.
FaithShort Take
J.D. Long-García
Pope Francis sees the embrace of migrants as a new ‘frontier’ for mission, a privileged opportunity to proclaim Jesus Christ and the Gospel message, in accordance with his Ignatian worldview.
FaithFaith and Reason
Bill McCormick, S.J.
How many are willing to have their minds changed, to desire for something from this synodal process that goes deeper than their pre-existing agenda?
pope francis makes the sign of the cross with a crucifix behind him
Pope Francis
Pope Francis continues his audiences on evangelization: It is always an "ecclesial service, never solitary, never isolated, never individualistic."
Inside the Vatican
How does Pope Francis understand what he’s doing? We could argue that these past 10 years have been a journey of reception and implementation of Vatican II.