COMMENTARY: The pastoral constitution called for engaging the world in ‘the light of the Gospel,’ but some initiatives in the Church today seek to subvert the faith to the spirit of modernity.
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Cardinals Burke, Pell, Kasper, Müller and Czerny welcome last week’s landmark decision and discuss its implications.
Cardinal Pell Highlights ‘Somewhat Incomplete’ Account Given by Cardinal Becciu at Vatican Finance Trial
May 6 statement released, reflecting on Cardinal Becciu’s statement at the trial.
Cardinal Pell Calls on Vatican to Correct 2 Senior European Bishops for Rejecting Church’s Sexual Ethics
Jesuit Cardinal Hollerich of Luxembourg and Bishop Bätzing of Limburg have both called for changes to the Church’s teaching on homosexuality in recent interviews.
Cardinal Pell Condemns ‘Illegal and Ferocious Russian Invasion’ in Letter to Ukrainian Catholic Leader
Pope Francis has appealed for a worldwide day of prayer and fasting for peace in Ukraine on Ash Wednesday, March 2.
Cardinal Pell Has One Question for Cardinal Becciu: ‘Will He Just Tell Us What the Money Was Sent for?’
The former prefect of the Vatican’s Secretariat for the Economy sat down for an interview on his three-volume 'Prison Journal' touching on his incarceration, Cardinal Becciu and Vatican finances.
According to Vatican investigators, a two-year-long probe into the controversial London investment revealed numerous bad actors, some of whom are accused of actively working to defraud the Secretariat of State.
COMMENTARY: The cardinal, who turns 80 June 8, is a welcome presence in Rome these days.