Faith Vatican Dispatch
Pope FrancisNovember 25, 2020
Pope Francis' remarks from his general audience on Wednesday, Nov. 25
Faith News
Pope FrancisAugust 27, 2020
The pope’s series, which began in Aug. 5, focuses on healing the world from the physical and social ills related to the coronavirus pandemic.
Faith Faith in Focus
Pope FrancisApril 27, 2020
Here are the texts of two prayers, written by Pope Francis, for the end of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Faith Vatican Dispatch
Pope FrancisMarch 27, 2020
Pope Francis delivered an extraordinary Urbi et Orbi address to pray for the end of the coronavirus.
Pope Francis leaves in procession after celebrating Holy Thursday chrism Mass in St. Peter's Basilica at the Vatican April 13 (CNS photo/Paul Haring).
Faith Pope Francis Homilies
Pope FrancisApril 13, 2017
"By taking one small step, we make God’s mercy overflow in situations of desolation."
A young Syrian mother and her child in 2015 outside their tent at an informal settlement in Deir al Ahmar, in Lebanon's Bekaa Valley (CNS photo/Sam Tarling, CRS). 
Politics & Society Vatican Dispatch
Pope FrancisApril 07, 2017
"The defense of human beings knows no barriers," says Pope Francis in a conversation with the Italian journal Libertàcivili.
Faith Pope Francis Homilies
Pope FrancisApril 04, 2017
Then the pope asked: “What is the cross for you? Yes, it is the Christian symbol. We make the sign of the cross, but often we do not do it well.”
Faith Pope Francis Homilies
Pope FrancisMarch 31, 2017
We must ask ourselves, what do I feel when I see on the news that a bomb has fallen on a hospital and lots of poor children have been killed? Do I just say a prayer and go on my way like before?
Faith Pope Francis Homilies
Pope FrancisFebruary 16, 2017
Pope Francis: “war begins in the heart of a person; it begins at home, in the family, among friends and then goes out into the whole world.”
Faith Pope Francis Homilies
Pope FrancisDecember 13, 2016
The poor and humble people who have faith in the Lord are the victims of the “intellectuals of religion,” and those who are “seduced by clericalism.”