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Edward Pentin
Analysts who spoke with the Register stressed that any reinterpretations must be in full doctrinal continuity with Paul VI’s countercultural message.
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Vatican to host November conference addressing the growing interest in protecting the historic and cultural significance of unused sacred spaces.
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‘For a Middle East without Christians would not be the Middle East,’ said Francis, who also prayed in front of the relics of St. Nicholas over the weekend.
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Priests, theologians and lay pastoral workers respond to comments suggesting priests lack experience to offer programs for engaged couples.
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The longtime Vatican diplomat died Thursday in Connecticut after a long battle with Parkinson’s disease.
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Judy Roberts
Diocesan action plans provide tips on how to better live out Pope Francis’ call for better care of our common home.
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The instruction was created in response to requests from bishops for clarity on the role and mission of consecrated virgins.
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On Thursday, Francis created 14 cardinals at a consistory ceremony.
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Peter Jesserer Smith
The Bishop of Rome’s support is being called upon by two sides of Eastern Orthodoxy over the creation of a new independent Ukrainian Orthodox Church.
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Msgr. Carlo Alberto Capella, who admitted guilt, was given a five-year prison sentence and fine of 5,000 euro at the close of his two-day trial.
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Francis centered his June 24 Angelus on the Solemnity of the Nativity of John the Baptist, highlighting faith and the mission of parents.
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Pope Francis touched on an array of topics, including ecumenism, intercommunion, peace and just war, and refugees.
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Speaking aboard the papal flight from Geneva to Rome June 21, the Pope told journalists that the Code of Canon Law leaves decisions about the criteria for intercommunion to diocesan bishops.
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Lack of unity among Christians is not only ‘openly contrary to the will of Christ,’ but is also ‘a scandal to the world and harms the most holy of causes: the preaching of the Gospel to every creature,’ Francis said June 21.
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Women must continue to be promoted, he said, in Vatican roles.
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Matthew E. Bunson
COMMENTARY: Pope Francis’ visit to Switzerland builds on the legacy of his predecessors.
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Holy Father backs the U.S. bishops’ opposition to the separation of migrant children from their parents at the Mexican border.
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This weekend Pope Francis again stressed God’s vision of the family and the evil of the murder of children.
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Rachel Lanz
A look at ‘Universal Judgment: Michelangelo and the Secrets of the Sistine Chapel.’
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Archbishop Charles Scicluna and Msgr. Jordi Bertomeu hold meetings as part of mission to help bring healing to the troubled Diocese of Osorno.
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Father Raymond J. de Souza
COMMENTARY: Vatican Intervention Seems Necessary
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‘Jesus does not offer surrogates, but true life, true love, true wealth!’ the Holy Father said June 13.
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Ahead of the presentation of the Biagio Agnes International Journalism Award, the Holy Father advised journalists.
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Anto Akkara
Speaking to the Register from his office in Karachi, Archbishop Joseph Coutts said, ‘I feel I have been called to be a stronger voice for the Christians and marginalized, given the situation here.’
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A May 25 letter from the Congregation for Institutes of Consecrated Life and Societies of Apostolic Life said Holy See rejected the initial appeal.
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Bishop Rudolf Voderholzer
An interview with Bishop Rudolf Voderholzer on intercommunion between Protestants and Catholics.
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Cardinal-elect Luis Ladaria said the Holy Father ‘came to the conclusion that the document is not mature enough to be published.’
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A second group of priests and victims of Chile’s most notorious abuser priest held holding meetings with Pope Francis at the Vatican June 1-3.
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Joan Frawley Desmond
NEWS ANALYSIS: Analysts urge caution, while pressing for accountability for clergy sex abuse.
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Father Raymond J. de Souza
COMMENTARY: Greater observation of Thou shalt not steal and Thou shalt not bear false witness would have gone a long way toward preventing the scale of the financial crisis.