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Topic: Pope Francis

The Pope opines that war is how the great world economies ‘keep their balance sheets in the black’. I repeat: shouldn’t he be more careful with what he says?

Much of what he says in his public statements appears not entirely intellectually well thought through; at times it is even totally incoherent

Pope offers prayers for refugees during general audience

Pope Francis reminded the faithful that Jesus was a refugee

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Pope: Supporting missions leads to ‘flood of joy’

Pope encourages Christians to be passionate for “the proclamation of the joy of the Gospel” in message for World Mission Sunday

Should the Pope push through the canonisation of Pius XII?

A new book suggests the wartime pope used all the means within his power to help Jews

US priests criticise Cardinal Muller for ‘bullying’ LCWR comments

Association of US Catholic Priests raise concerns in letter to Pope Francis

Pope Francis appeals for peace in Iraq

Pope also announces he will visit Albania in September

One of the poorest, most atheistic places in Europe, Albania is a natural destination for Francis

Francis will do great good in Europe’s only Muslim-majority country

Unity is distant but still our goal, Pope tells Anglican leader

Pope Francis held an audience with the Archbishop of Canterbury this morning

Pope Francis says world economic system inevitably leads to war

The Pope also defended his lack of security, saying ‘at my age I don’t have much to lose’