Pope Francis' general audience address, on “Love and the common good,” was part of a catechetical cycle entitled “Healing the World.”
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Pope Francis suggested that now the world was “waking up a little” to see not only the suffering caused by this pandemic, but also the suffering of other tragedies in the world.
Italy was the first country outside of China to implement a mandatory lockdown in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
Earlier this week the Holy See announced a new law governing Vatican City’s judicial system.
Collapsing churches, pulsating spheres, and psychedelic tunnels were part of what its creators called a “fascinating” use of digital mapping technology.
Italian police say they have in custody four suspects, with two at large, who were plotting specific attacks with Islamic State group terror leaders.
U.N. officials, after consulting with the Holy See, decided to raise the flag on the morning of Sept. 25, so that it will be flying when Pope Francis is scheduled to arrive at 8:30am.
In the first accord of its kind between the U.S. and the Holy See, the two states agreed to share tax information per the U.S. Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act.
The South-African cardinal responded to a report that claimed that Cardinal Kasper speaks for Pope Francis.
The college of seven people will deal with the most serious crimes in the Church.