Politics & Society News
Carol Glatz - Catholic News Service May 17, 2019
"We can learn how to take care of the world. And we must use all our strength to find ways of making the world more human, giving people the possibility to live their lives so that we may share the richness and the resources given to us in a way that could never be possessed or owned by us."
Faith News
Carol Glatz - Catholic News Service May 14, 2019
Pope Francis advanced the sainthood causes of four men and four women, including Blessed Dulce Lopes Pontes, the "Mother Teresa" of Brazil.
Politics & Society News
Carol Glatz - Catholic News Service May 13, 2019
The aim is to build and promote a different kind of economy: "one that brings life not death, one that is inclusive and not exclusive, humane and not dehumanizing, one that cares for the environment and does not despoil it," the pope said in the letter, released by the Vatican May 11.
Faith News
Carol Glatz - Catholic News Service May 08, 2019
Visiting the small Catholic communities in Bulgaria and North Macedonia offered an opportunity to encourage the faithful to remember God's miracle of being able to feed a multitude with just a few loaves and fishes, Pope Francis said.
Politics & Society News
Carol Glatz - Catholic News Service May 03, 2019
Migrants are not a threat to a nation's culture, traditions and values, Pope Francis said.
Faith News
Carol Glatz - Catholic News Service April 30, 2019
The announcement came a little more than one month after the magazine's founder and former director, Lucetta Scaraffia, resigned along with her editorial staff, claiming a lack of trust and support from the new management at the newspaper.
Faith News
Carol Glatz - Catholic News Service April 23, 2019
The proposed apostolic constitution for reforming and governing the Roman Curia is expected to emphasize the church's missionary mandate with the creation of a "super-dicastery" merging two offices dedicated to evangelization.
Faith News
Carol Glatz - Catholic News Service April 18, 2019
Being with the people "is the most beautiful place" to be, he told priests during the chrism Mass in St. Peter's Basilica April 18.
Faith News
Carol Glatz - Catholic News Service April 16, 2019
Accepting an invitation from the Chinese government, the Holy See is one of a number of nations and organizations participating in an international garden expo in Beijing.
A journalist takes a cell phone photo of Pope Francis Jan. 23, 2019, aboard his flight from Rome to Panama for World Youth Day. (CNS photo/Vatican Media)
Faith News
Carol Glatz - Catholic News Service April 15, 2019
"When you become a slave to your phone, you lose your freedom," Pope Francis said.