Journalist Andrea Gagliarducci, author of a book marking the 50th anniversary of the Council of the Bishops’ Conferences of Europe, says Christianity’s future there lies in fostering ‘creative minorities.’
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ANALYSIS: The Pope’s intent seems to be to emphasize that God’s active will does not ‘tempt’ men, that, instead, the permissive will of God allows people to be tempted because of their sinfulness.
Archbishop Mario Zenari and 16 other priests and bishops will be named cardinals Nov. 19, the eve of the close of the Jubilee of Mercy.
The Coptic Orthodox Church proclaimed the 21 men to be martyrs.
Bishops from various countries and language groups said divorcing gender from biological sex threatens to dissolve families, parenthood and the nobility of human love.
The Holy Father’s council of cardinals recommended that the new congregation combine the Pontifical Councils for the Laity and Family and the Pontifical Academy of Life.
‘Benedict said ‘the center of history is the living God who opened himself in Jesus Christ, and true progress is found in faith,’ according to former student Father Stephan Horn, organizer of the annual Ratzinger Schulerkreis.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The Church has grown significantly in South Korea since the Korean War ended in 1953.
The Chinese government now recognizes as a state title the bachelor of arts diploma seminarians receive.