- Aug 10, 2020
“They want to strike the papacy,” Honduran Cardinal Oscar Rodriguez Maradiaga said in an interview with Italy’s largest-circulation daily newspaper, La Repubblica. “First they depicted a church largely made up of pedophiles, now they’re suggesting economic recklessness, but it’s not so.”
A new “super dicastery” on evangelization might be one of the most significant reforms of the governing structures of the Vatican, according to a new report.
There are so many bit players in the unfolding drama of a cover-up allegation leveled against Pope Francis by a former papal ambassador in the United States, a brief who’s who is in order.
Much remains mysterious and confusing about the accusation leveled by a former papal ambassador against Pope Francis of ignoring warnings about ex-Cardinal Theodore McCarrick, but here are three points that seem clear.
As the 2018 World Meeting of Families rolls on this week in Dublin, participants face the dilemma each day of choosing among a staggering variety of panels, talks, exhibits and other programs, often scheduled at precisely the same time in different venues.
The Honduran bishops’ conference on Monday denied there exists a homosexual culture at the national seminary, as suggested by a recent report from the National Catholic Register.