The prelate addressed some relevant issues such as the concept of gender, the idea of empowerment and the so-called right to sexual and reproductive health.
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Ukraine’s Foreign Minister Welcomes Holy See’s Offer of Peace Negotiations, but ‘Time for It Has Not Come Yet’
The official told CNA that mediation should have some requirements, as any other commitment the Holy See would undertake. He also said, ‘[The] Pope’s compassion means a lot to us and goes directly to the heart of Ukrainians.’
The Holy See’s annual report, which indicates a smaller-than-expected deficit but an uncertain future, includes the financial status of previously undisclosed Church entities as part of a trend toward greater transparency.
COMMENTARY: The Vatican found itself in the position of being less vocal on Putin’s aggression than the relevant Orthodox patriarchs.
Cardinal Pietro Parolin said in a video statement on Feb. 24 that Pope Francis’ appeal for ‘peaceful coexistence’ in the region has ‘dramatic urgency’ amid the ‘horrors of war.’
A Catholic, Donnelly received both an undergraduate and a law degree from Notre Dame.
While noting that “grave crimes such as this deserve grave punishments,” Archbishop Pierre said in a plea to Missouri Gov. Eric Parsons, R, that “His Holiness wishes to place before you the simple fact of Mr. Johnson’s humanity and the sacredness of all human life.”
Archbishop Pierre noted that “all of society benefits” when any form of violence is restrained, “even the violence of a legal execution.”
Vatican representatives declined to comment when contacted by the Register, but an Italian journalist reported over the weekend that a ‘confidential channel’ has been opened between the Holy See and the Taliban.
“Lebanon is more than a country — it is a message of freedom and an example of pluralism for East and West.” —Pope St. John Paul II