- Jan 15, 2021
The Legionaries of Christ university in Rome plans to honor Father Frank Pavone, national director of Priests for Life, with its “A Life for Life” award.
Christians are called to lead and lift people up by being close to them and sharing God’s love, not by judging them, Pope Francis said.
Pope Francis’s personal doctor died Jan. 9 of complications caused by COVID-19.
Pope Francis has issued a new law formalizing the ability for women and girls to be lectors and altar servers at Mass, something which has long been the common practice in western countries such as the United States but had yet to be written into law.
In his newest interview Pope Francis stressed the need for what he called the world’s “executive classes” to overcome egoism and pursue the common good in the fight against the coronavirus, and condemned the ‘culture of waste,’ saying abortion is not a religious, but human issue.
Pope Francis in his Sunday Angelus address prayed for the five people who lost their lives in the breach of the United States Capitol by pro-Trump protesters last week and encouraged the country’s leaders to work toward national reconciliation.