Somehow, through the past few decades, many of us conservatives (note the verb “to conserve”) have been bamboozled into thinking.
Recently, much has been made, including on this news site, of the Superior General for the Jesuits and a remark.
From Vatican Radio: (Vatican Radio) Pope Francis and U.S. President Donald Trump met in the Vatican on Wednesday, discussing issues.
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From the Indian Express: The Conference of Italian Bishops (CEI) has condemned “vulgar” posters critical of Pope Francis that appeared.
Call this “media trends afoot”: There is the Holy Father. The apparent dispute with American Cardinal Raymond Burke is widening.
From the London Telegraph: Posters accusing Pope Francis of attacking conservative Catholics appeared around Rome this weekend and were swiftly.
From the Tablet: The Knights of Malta’s former leader has come out fighting saying the saga involving him, the Vatican.
Are we entering a time when it will be bishop against bishop and cardinal against cardinal? Let us hope not..
From CNN: Pope Francis’ decision to extend priests’ ability to forgive abortion in the confessional will have virtually no effect.
From Inside the Vatican: “Our great challenge is to create a culture of encounter which encourages individuals and groups to.
There it was, in plain print: the Pope making a statement that had to some extent ease the minds of.
From the London Guardian: (The Guardian) The Pope’s call for action on climate change has fallen on closed ears, research.
From NewsAsia: VATICAN CITY: Pope Francis was upset to hear that two former nuns had married in a civil ceremony.
From CNN: (CNN) Pope Francis reaffirmed his disagreement with teaching gender identity in schools on Sunday, after earlier calling it a.
Back when Pope Francis was visiting New York City last year, including Ground Zero, he was shown an eerie artifact.
From the Christian Post: The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) has named Pope Francis as its number one.
From Associated Press: CZESTOCHOWA, Poland (AP) — Pope Francis, visiting a shrine cherished by Poles, praised native son St. John.
From Associated Press: KRAKOW, Poland (AP) — The world is at war, but it is not a war of religions,.
From Politico: Pope Francis will be received by the usual ecstatic crowds when he touches down in Krakow, Poland, this.
From Yahoo: Experts say Francis will have a hard time winning over hearts and minds in the devout central European.
From Facebook, Bishop Thomas J. Tobin of Rhode Island: VP Pick, Tim Kaine, a Catholic? Democratic VP choice, Tim Kaine,.
From the Local: Pope Francis lands in Poland on Wednesday amid heavy security for an international Catholic youth festival where.
From Catholic World Report: “Important magisterial tenets cannot be changed by half sentences or somewhat ambiguous footnotes,” the German archbishop.
From Christian Today: [In an interview with NBC] Jeb Bush accused the Pope of “intervening in American politics” because of.
From Christian Today: Pope Francis has pledged he will not be deterred from making changes by the strong rhetoric of.
From Croatia News: Pope Francis is expected to name a special administrator for Međugorje. Pope Francis will reportedly soon appoint.
From Associated Press: VATICAN CITY (AP) — Pope Francis has established new legal procedures to remove bishops who botch handling.
From the London Guardian: A powerful American cardinal who is engaged in a bitter feud with Pope Francis has met.