- Jan 26, 2021
In a Q&A with Youtubers sponsored by an educational organization he founded, Pope Francis on Sunday said that so far, he’s never considered resigning because of the demands of the job.
ROME— Thousands of Syrian Christian children, led by their bishops and patriarchs, are coming together to pray for peace, and Pope Francis is asking other children from around the world to join them. “Next Wednesday, June 1, marking the International Day for Protection of Children, the Christian community of Syria,
In meeting with Italian youth, Pope Francis holds up the life jacket of an anonymous refugee girl who drowned and said, “You are brave and you should know the truth: they are in danger.”
ROME— Pope Francis routinely extols the virtues of dialogue and building bridges, and on Friday he put his schedule where his mouth is, welcoming a figure from his native country who had been not only one of his most vocal critics, but who actually once occupied his cathedral and used
VATICAN CITY — When then-Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger met the press in 2000 for the formal release of the so-called Third Secret of Fatima, he said he knew many people would be disappointed. Almost 16 years later, at the beginning of a yearlong preparation for the 100th anniversary of the apparition
ROME—One of the Vatican’s most legendary and accomplished diplomats, as well as the cardinal who announced the name of the Catholic Church’s new chief shepherd to the world on March 13, 2013, believes Pope Francis could become the first pontiff to visit Russia and China. “Yes … perhaps, but there