Pope Francis, in a keynote address to the popular movements this weekend, made specific appeals “in the name of God” to those responsible for key sectors of today’s world economy.
In his first public lecture as prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments, Archbishop Arthur Roche left no doubt as to the direction the congregation will take under his leadership.
‘There is no need to create another church, but to create a different church,’ Francis says before synod
The synod is intended to involve all the baptized—bishops, clergy, religious and laity—at the diocesan and continental levels.
Like President Biden, Speaker Pelosi is Catholic and has been attacked publicly by some American bishops for favoring abortion legislation.
Part II of an exclusive interview with Bishop Robert McElroy on immigration, the upcoming synod and why the U.S. bishops have not defended the pope against attacks from EWTN.
Bishop McElroy: When bishops increase barriers to Communion, we are not being the pastors Pope Francis called us to be.
An exclusive interview with Bishop Robert McElroy on whether the bishops’ should deny Communion to pro-choice politicians and the need for a true “eucharistic revival.”
Analysis: In Vatican real estate trial, prosecution made mistakes—but not enough for charges to be dropped against Cardinal Becciu
The high-profile Vatican trial was put on hold after Vatican prosecutors failed to present their evidence to the defendants before submitting it in court.
Pope Francis and 40 faith leaders call for urgent action to combat climate change: ‘Future generations will never forgive us’
In an unprecedented response to the “grave threat” facing all peoples worldwide from climate change, Pope Francis and some 40 faith leaders have joined in an appeal for urgent action.