- Jul 9, 2020
Palliative care is a human right, said the head of the Pontifical Academy for Life during a Muslim-Catholic conference on end of life care.
Pope Francis in a letter to his top body on life issues said the world must recover its sense of humanity in the face of global challenges such as war, conflict and a loss of human dignity and rights.
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.