Politics & Society FaithGerard O’ConnellSeptember 18, 2018
A Vatican source confirmed that a high-level Holy See delegation will travel to the Chinese capital for the signing and that a date has already been fixed for this ground-breaking event.
Faith News AnalysisGerard O’ConnellSeptember 13, 2018
Since dropping his bombshell letter, the archbishop has gone into hiding, making intermittent statements to those news outlets who share his opposition to Francis.
Faith Vatican DispatchGerard O’ConnellSeptember 12, 2018
The Feb. 21-24, 2019 meeting is believed to be the first of its kind.
Faith Vatican DispatchGerard O’ConnellSeptember 10, 2018
The cardinal council members said that they were aware the Holy See “is formulating the eventual and necessary clarifications” to the Viganò documents among other recent events.
Faith Vatican DispatchGerard O’ConnellSeptember 09, 2018
“If the church shows itself to be incapable of responding with all its heart...all our other activities of evangelization will feel it.”
Faith Vatican DispatchGerard O’ConnellSeptember 03, 2018
He said the Gospel story helps us “to reflect how to act in daily life, when there are misunderstandings” and “to understand how the father of lies, the accuser, the devil, acts to destroy the unity of a family, of a people.”
Faith Vatican DispatchGerard O’ConnellSeptember 02, 2018
The statement contradicts Archbishop Viganò’s account of his meeting with the pope, in which he said Francis had never reproached him for organizing the meeting with Ms. Davis.
Faith Vatican DispatchGerard O’ConnellSeptember 01, 2018
A Vatican source said: “The archbishop seems to have declared open war on Pope Francis and the Vatican.”
Faith Vatican DispatchGerard O’ConnellAugust 30, 2018
In the Vatican there are feelings of “bitter disappointment” and “restlessness.”