Pope Francis went to Kazakhstan this week to visit the small Catholic community there as well as attend a congress for leaders of world religions. AC Wimmer, an editor and journalist for EWTN News, joins us on Register Radio to discuss the papal trip as well the latest news of the German ‘synodal path.’ Then we turn to Register national reporter Lauretta Brown to look at Planned Parenthood’s thriving ‘transgender services’ business and how a growing number of people are speaking out against the adverse effects of so-called gender transition.
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The Vatican issued an official statement published in Italian and German on Thursday.
The Sri Lankan cardinal discussed a wide variety of topics with the Register April 29.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Critics of the effort don’t disagree with the need for reform — they disagree that the solutions posed actually address the crisis, raising questions of underlying motives.
The Swiss cardinal, president of the Pontifical Council for Christian Unity, spoke to EWTN Vatican Bureau Chief Andreas Thonhauser.
Six continents are now represented, an important step for an effort that seeks to build international consensus.
BREAKING: International Coalition of Bishops Offers ‘Fraternal Letter of Concern’ to German Episcopacy Over ‘Synodal Path’
Over 70 bishops from four continents warn that heterodox German reform efforts risk fracturing Church unity, adversely impacting the Church globally.
In a letter published Feb. 22, Archbishop Stanisław Gądecki questioned whether the initiative bringing together Germany’s bishops and laypeople was rooted in the Gospel.