Faith ExplainerColleen Dulle October 22, 2020
Did the pope “endorse” civil unions? (Yes.) Were Francis’ words mistranslated? (No.) Is this “old news”? (Yes and no.)
Faith News AnalysisColleen Dulle October 14, 2020
A maskless Pope Francis met guests at a crowded indoor papal audience last week, kissing the hands of newly ordained priests and embracing people who pulled their masks down or did not wear masks at all, flouting the Vatican’s coronavirus protocols.
FaithColleen Dulle September 02, 2020
Many documents from the Second World War remained sealed until the full archive was finally opened in March.
Faith DispatchesColleen Dulle August 20, 2020
Archbishop Stefan Hesse, Germany’s youngest bishop, said he was entering reform talks with an open mind.
Faith ExplainerColleen Dulle August 14, 2020
It has been two years since the Pennsylvania Grand Jury Report was published, documenting in disturbing detail at least 1,000 cases of abuse by 300 predator priests spanning seven decades.
Faith ExplainerColleen Dulle July 22, 2020
What does the Vatican document on parish life mean for Catholics in the pews?
Arts & Culture BooksColleen Dulle April 24, 2020
The church needs Madeleine Delbrêl’s words and example to transform our vision of one another, whether across ecclesial lines or simply across the subway aisle.
Faith Vatican DispatchColleen Dulle April 08, 2020
This is the second commission established by Pope Francis to study the question of a women’s diaconate.
Faith Vatican DispatchColleen Dulle April 01, 2020
“In these days, during which the whole world has been gravely stricken by the Covid-19 virus, many requests have come to be able to celebrate a specific Mass to implore God to bring an end to this pandemic.”