In this week's episode of Inside the Vatican, Gerry and Ricardo discuss women being able to vote in the synod, the pope's visit to Hungary and Archbishop Paglia's statement about euthanasia.
Podcast: What you need to know about Pope Francis, John Paul II and the ‘Vatican Girl’ investigation
In this week's episode of Inside the Vatican, Ricardo and Gerry discuss the "Vatican Girl" case after Pope Francis defended Pope John Paul II, and the resignation of Hans Zollner, S.J.
On “Inside the Vatican” this week, Ricardo da Silva, S.J., and Gerard O’Connell look at the viral image of the pope in a puffer jacket, which led to a conversation on Vatican responses to A.I.
On this week's episode of Inside the Vatican, Ricardo and Gerry discuss the most recent happenings in the Vatican's mega-trial of the century with the Vatican bank.
President Daniel Ortega of Nicaragua suspended diplomatic ties with the Vatican in what appears to be retaliation for Pope Francis’ likening his regime to “a communist dictatorship in 1917, or a Hitlerian one in 1935.”
How does Pope Francis understand what he’s doing? We could argue that these past 10 years have been a journey of reception and implementation of Vatican II.
This week, Pope Francis again confirmed restrictions on the celebration of the Traditional Latin Mass, making it clear that permission to celebrate the pre-Vatican II liturgy is reserved to the Vatican.
Catholics love their saints. But it’s not easy to become one. On this special Deep Dive episode of “Inside the Vatican,” we take you inside the grueling process of saint-making.