Though the majority of the $6 million the fund raised in almost two decades went to charities, many priests and more than 60 cardinals and archbishops benefited from it.
Is it appropriate for a priest to accompany a person who had chosen to undergo assisted suicide?
On this week’s episode of “Inside the Vatican,” the hosts talk about why the pope chose this theme for his speech, who he spoke to, and how these Christmas addresses fit into the pope’s larger effort to reform the Roman curia.
Pope Francis stressed the need for reform and a new approach to evangelization in his annual Christmas address to the Roman Curia. America‘s Vatican correspondent, Gerard O'Connell, reports.
Speaking to the group of diplomats, the pope dedicated his brief talk to "the path to peace"