Comments the Holy Father made in a recent interview could threaten to overtake his mission of peace.
The general relator of the Synod on Synodality made a number of bold statements this week including the assertion that Christian Europe is a “thing of the past.”
John Finnis to Pontifical Academy for Life: Church’s Infallible Teaching Against Contraception Is ‘Certainly True’
The renowned professor of natural law spoke last month at a Rome conference, convened in response to a recent Pontifical Academy for Life publication that challenged this teaching.
On July 7, 2015, Cardinal George Pell became the first Catholic cardinal since the 16th century to offer Mass at the cathedral’s high altar.
In an interview with an Italian newspaper, the Chinese cardinal criticized what he called ‘tendentious generalizations’ in Pope Francis’ 2021 decree restricting the traditional liturgy.
Cardinal Giovanni Battista Re, dean of the College of Cardinals, described Cardinal George Pell as ‘a man of God and a man of the Church’ in his homily at a packed Mass at the Altar of the Chair in St. Peter’s Basilica.
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Father Claude Barthe, an expert author on traditional liturgy, reflects on the late pope's motu proprio, ‘Summorum Pontificum’ calling the text ‘the most important of the pontificate.’