Pope Francis

Pope Francis delivers his Christmas greeting to the Roman Curia in Clementine Hall at the Vatican on Dec. 22, 2014. (CNS photo/Paul Haring)
Jim McDermott August 29, 2018
Francis made a leadership correction while in Argentina; he can still bring the church to a space of humility and wisdom in response to the sexual abuse crisis.
U.S. Cardinal Raymond L. Burke, patron of the Knights and Dames of Malta, center left, and a group of priests pose with Pope Francis during his general audience in St. Peter's Square at the Vatican Sept. 2. (CNS photo/Paul Haring)
Gerard O’Connell August 29, 2018
Cardinal Burke was among the first of a small number of bishops to come out in support of Viganò’s denunciation of the pope.
Pope Francis arrives to pose for pictures with participants of the Mexican state of Quintana Roo during his general audience in St. Peter's Square Aug. 29 at the Vatican. (CNS photo/Alessandro Bianchi, Reuters) 
Gerard O’Connell August 29, 2018
Sources close to the pope said that “he has no intention of resigning.”
A shaft of light illuminates Pope Francis during his press conference while returning from Ireland. (CNS photo/Paul Haring)
The Editors August 28, 2018
To achieve true reform, Pope Francis must give this crisis his full focus and lead the church in caring for those who are hurting the most.
Tosatti said he told Vigano: “I think that if you want to say something, now is the moment.”
Cardinal Wuerl “categorically denied” ever being informed that his predecessor had been sanctioned for sexual misconduct.