Many dioceses are still without bishops or have very elderly bishops, said Cardinal Pietro Parolin, Vatican secretary of state, but the process is continuing.
Media, especially those calling themselves Catholic, “must strive not to spread hate, but rather to promote a non-hostile communication,” Cardinal Pietro Parolin told employees of EWTN and its affiliated outlets.
The nomination of Mariana Mazzucato raised concern in some quarters because of her retweets or positive comments on tweets in June criticizing the U.S. Supreme Court decision to overrule Roe v. Wade.
Pope Francis urged attendees of the Economy of Francesco event to be concrete, to involve the poor, to care for the Earth and to create jobs.
Pope Francis entrusts 3 female saints with new relationships between the church and Indigenous peoples
Meeting Indigenous survivors of residential schools in Canada, Pope Francis entrusted them and the journey of truth, healing and reconciliation to three women: St. Anne, Mary and St. Kateri Tekakwitha.
At Mass in Quebec, Pope Francis says the church cannot flee failures, but must reconcile with Indigenous
“The enemy,” or the devil, “wants to paralyze us with grief and remorse, to convince us that nothing else can be done, that it is hopeless to try to find a way to start over,” the pope said.
In a British-built fort on the highest hill in Quebec City, Pope Francis spoke to Canadian government and cultural leaders about the never-ending challenge of multiculturalism.
Celebrating the feast day of Jesus’ grandparents, Pope Francis not only urged people to honor their elders, but he asked them to think about what they will hand on to future generations.