In an audience with the International Association of Journalists, Pope Francis reminds journalists of the vocation to seek and share the truth of the church.
Pope Francis declined to read his prepared remarks during an audience with Catholic communicators from France, saying he has bronchitis and “can’t speak well.”
The 90-page book contained a chapter detailing the differences between male and female orgasms—and how one can find God’s love in either—while another chapter was titled “God in the partner’s orgasm.”
Archbishop Charles Scicluna of Malta, adjunct secretary of the Dicastery for the Doctrine of the Faith, said that the Church should reconsider the celibacy requirement for Latin-rite priests.
"Tonight, our hearts are in Bethlehem, where the Prince of Peace is once more rejected by the futile logic of war, by the clash of arms that even today prevents him from finding room in the world."
Praying the Angelus with some 25,000 visitors in St. Peter’s Square, Pope Francis urged listeners to disconnect from the “pollution of vain words and chatter” present on social media platforms.
After a canceled trip to Dubai due to a bronchial infection, Pope Francis went into the center of Rome to continue the tradition of praying before the elevated statue of Mary next to the Spanish Steps.
Pope Francis prayed for Mary's intercession and asked for her guidance in bringing peace to a world torn by conflicts and wars during a prayer service in St. Peter’s Basilica.
In a new letter to the People of God, the synod participants emphasized the importance of continued discernment for the Church's future.
The letter, the drafting of which was approved by the synod assembly, will be discussed both during small group working sessions and among the entire assembly Oct. 23.