The Pope’s master plan for a missionary Church has fallen by the wayside
The Pope seems to advocate challenge and less comfort for young Catholics
Recent events show growing resentment within the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church
The Pope is not afraid to exercise his supreme power. But will it be enough?
Catholics are working in the most dangerous corners of the planet for the sake of the Gospel. Martyrdom is still very much in the present
The Pope will continue to surprise us with his choices
The fiercest denunciations of Blessed Paul VI and St John Paul II still resonate
The world’s ‘least-talked about crisis’ is happening in Venezuela, where more than a million have fled Maduro’s regime
The Ortega administration has asked Catholic bishops to mediate. Does this signal a new assertiveness in the Latin America Church?
We must not forget the heroic witness offered by the Church’s pastors in the face of totalitarianism