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Since 2013, the Holy See has made reforms at Pope Francis’ request.
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The auxiliary bishop from Kazakhstan learned his love for the truth of the Church while growing up under atheistic Soviet rule.
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The 81-year-old Pope will mark the fifth year of his pontificate March 13.
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Biblical scholar Father Francesco Giosuè Voltaggio says translation changes are possible, but the real solution is better catechesis.
In Person
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The Egyptian priest, who is an authority on Islam, discusses the factors driving the murderous attacks on Christians and what he hopes the Pope will say when he visits Egypt this month.
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This is the latest effort by the Church to bring the traditionalist Society of St. Pius X into full communion.
World
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One family describes their experiences in Mosul, living for two and a half years under Islamic State repression.
World
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An eyewitness account of the devastation left behind by ISIS.
World
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However, some members of the European Parliament are taking steps to set up replacement funding to promote abortion internationally.
Books
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Costanza Miriano, the author of Marry Him and Be Submissive, discusses with the Register her book and why she wrote it.
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Msgr. Fernando Ocáriz Braña is a founding professor of Rome’s Santa Croce University and has served as a consultor to several Vatican offices.
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In a Register interview, the Vatican’s ‘foreign minister,’ Archbishop Paul Gallagher, discusses the Holy Father’s distinctive approach to international issues.
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As head of the Congregation for Promoting Integral Human Development, the cardinal from Ghana will oversee a body that once comprised four pontifical councils.
Persecuted Christians
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Father Benedict Kiely, founder of Nasarean.org, discusses the long road ahead.
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While Pope Francis has declined to reply to the formal request for clarification of Amoris Laetitia, some cardinals and bishops have responded publicly.
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The Belgian archbishop has drawn criticism for his handling as a local bishop of five separate sexual abuse files.
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Views are mixed, ranging from ‘incomprehension’ and ‘shock’ to optimism that a Republican presidency opens new possibilities for cooperation.
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In an exclusive Register interview, he elaborates about why four cardinals were impelled to seek clarity about the papal exhortation’s controversial elements.
In Person
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In this exclusive Jan. 11 email interview with the Register, Kazakhstan shepherd expands on his devotion to the Eucharist and current topics.
World
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Elisabetta Valgiusti discusses her new production, which premieres Dec. 31 on the global Catholic television network.
Blogs
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The new legislation, which allows adults to refuse ‘ordinary means’ of end-of-life medical treatment in living wills, also contains no clause for conscientious objection.
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George Weigel, the late saint’s biographer, discusses his new book, Lessons in Hope, with the Register.
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Senior Vatican canonist Bishop Juan Ignacio Arrieta unequivocally endorses the move, but Cardinal Gerhard Müller has some reservations.
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The tree is lit, but threats of violence force tighter security measures for the Holy Father’s busy schedule.
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Highlights of Francis’ visit, a ‘missionary journey of peace and love’
Blogs
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Shows delight at receiving the newspaper as he greets Rome correspondent Edward Pentin on the papal plane to Burma.
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Cardinal Charles Maung Bo hopes the Holy Father can help bring peace to the Asian country, wounded by six decades of dictatorship.
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While senior Vatican officials declined comment, others who work in the area told the Register that direct U.S. assistance is a good idea.
Persecuted Christians
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The head of the Knights of Columbus attended the government of Hungary’s recent conference in support of persecuted Christians.
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In a new article, the prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship discusses the effects of the Pope’s recent revisions to canon law governing liturgical translations.