- Jan 17, 2020
As European countries wrestle over immigration once more, Pope Francis and Catholic bishops promote welcoming.
After two synods on the family and a papal document, the Vatican is getting concrete by launching a new “International Observatory on the Family.”
In the wake of revelations surrounding scandals involving ex-Cardinal Theodore McCarrick and accusations by a former Vatican ambassador that Pope Francis and other curial officials knew and said nothing, one prelate has said it’s important to build a new future, rather than getting stuck in the past.
Nearly four decades after her was brutally martyred while celebrating Mass, Pope Francis will canonize El Salvador’s Oscar Romero on Sunday.
In its effort to defend life at all stages, the Pontifical Academy for Life is relying on young scientists and professionals to reach across the aisle and bridge the gap between science and faith.
An Italian archbishop who heads the Vatican’s main pro-life think tank says that under Pope Francis, the body is trying to take a 360-degree view of what being “pro-life” means.