Pope Francis traveled today to Italy’s presidential palace
Topic: Pope Francis
Pope Francis ‘leaves the exposition of doctrine to others, and reserves for himself the merciful style of the care of souls’: is he playing a dangerous game?
He has, says Sandro Magister, inaugurated a ‘twofold communicative register’, the existence of which the Press has simply not caught up with. Maybe it never will.
Protestors interrupted service marking the anniversary of Kristallnacht on Tuesday evening
Magistrate Nicola Gratteri has said Pope Francis’s crack down on financial corruption has made him vulnerable
The Pope knows how to truly reform the global economy
The Pope has said Catholics should discover the date of their baptism and celebrate it
Scandals, including those involving child abuse and the Vatican Bank, make the task of evangelisation harder
Argentina striker discusses poverty in Buenos Aires with the Pontiff
Practical ways of supporting the people of the Philippines
The Curia once seemed like a closet of secrets. Now it looks like a model diocese, abbey or parish