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  • Pope Francis could face key choices on bishops in 2017

    Pope Francis could face key choices on bishops in 2017

    • Jan 4, 2017

    Perhaps no single thing any pope ever does is more consequential than the kinds of bishops and Vatican officials he chooses to appoint, and here’s a rundown of some of the personnel choices Francis may face in 2017.

  • No matter what anyone says, clarity on ‘Amoris’ remains elusive

    No matter what anyone says, clarity on ‘Amoris’ remains elusive

    • Dec 4, 2016

    Despite the insistence of papal allies that everything is clear about ‘Amoris Laetitia’, there’s an important segment of the Church that doesn’t believe that’s true. Whether they’re a minority doesn’t matter – they can’t simply be dismissed, because they include senior figures in the hierarchy.

  • Vatican prelate backs controversial WWII-era saint to be

    Vatican prelate backs controversial WWII-era saint to be

    • Nov 14, 2016

    In front of the Croatian press, the Vatican’s Cardinal Gerhard Muller expressed hope that all the “lies and smears” about Cardinal Alojzije Stepinac, a stumbling block in a relationship between the Catholic Church in Croatia and the Serbian Orthodox Church, will be overcome.

  • Gospel’s the link between Francis and Benedict, cardinal says

    Gospel’s the link between Francis and Benedict, cardinal says

    • Oct 21, 2016

    German Cardinal Gerhard Muller, Prefect of the Vatican’s Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, has published a new book saying that the guiding idea of both Popes Benedict XVI and Francis is that the Church orient itself by the Gospel, not the standards of the world.

  • Vatican’s doctrine watchdog ponders women in the church

    Vatican’s doctrine watchdog ponders women in the church

    • Sep 30, 2016

    Officials of he Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith spent three days in late September listening to women theologians, canon lawyers, Scripture scholars and specialists in other academic fields talk about roles women have played in the Catholic Church and roles they could play in the future.

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