Pope Francis and his secretary of state, Cardinal Pietro Parolin, support the deal’s renewal despite the absence of tangible benefits for the local faithful.
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Reporting from on the ground at the ceremony, the Register’s Rome correspondent provides a compelling in-person account of today’s historic event, in words and pictures.
Bishop Athanasius Schneider spoke with EWTN about the gathering in his country, which concluded today.
Fra’ John Dunlap said Pope Francis’ Sept. 3 decree will help the ancient order improve formation, build communities, and understand better its mission of faithfully serving the poor.
Archbishop Tomasz Peta spoke with the Register about the Holy Father’s upcoming Sept. 13-15 visit.
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The pilgrimage will mark the 15th anniversary of Summorum Pontificum, Pope Benedict XVI’s 2007 apostolic letter that liberalized the Church’s traditional liturgical rites.
The ‘Smiling Pope’ will be beatified Sept. 4 in Rome.