Politics & Society NewsFrances D'Emilio - Associated PressMarch 16, 2020
In a sign of how much the pandemic has grown, China now accounts for less than half of the world's 168,000 cases, according to a tally by Johns Hopkins University.
Politics & Society NewsFrances D'Emilio - Associated PressMarch 09, 2020
After mass testing uncovered more than 7,300 infections, Italy's outbreak surged to nearly equal South Korea's, which had been tapering off, and trailing China, where COVID-19 is in retreat.
Faith NewsFrances D'Emilio - Associated PressJune 10, 2019
In his homily during Pentecost Mass Sunday in St. Peter's Square, Francis also decried that "the more we use social media, the less social we are becoming."
Faith DispatchesFrances D'Emilio - Associated PressAugust 27, 2018
Italy's Catholic bishops will care for 100 migrants from Eritrea, ending a stalemate over where the asylum-seekers would go.
Faith NewsFrances D'Emilio - Associated PressJanuary 08, 2018
Many of the parents of the baptized babies are Vatican employees.
Faith NewsFrances D'Emilio - Associated PressDecember 31, 2017
In his homily on New Year’s eve,, the pope said God gave to us a “whole and sound” year, but “we humans in so many ways ruined and hurt it.”
Faith NewsFrances D'Emilio - Associated PressDecember 24, 2017
“So many other footsteps are hidden in the footsteps of Joseph and Mary,” Pope Francis said. “We see the tracks of entire families forced to set out in our own day.”
Faith NewsFrances D'Emilio - Associated PressJune 28, 2017
An ailing Mali archbishop facing allegations of financial impropriety assured the Vatican on Tuesday he plans to show up at St. Peter's Basilica to be made a cardinal by Pope Francis.
Faith NewsFrances D'Emilio - Associated PressJune 26, 2017
The Vatican expressed "grave concern" on Monday for a Chinese bishop who it says was "forcibly removed" from his office several weeks ago and whose whereabouts are unknown.