- Dec 3, 2020
Pope Francis on Sunday expressed his closeness to the people of Central America, “hit by strong hurricanes.”
Arguably one of the greatest soccer players in history, Diego Armando Maradona died on Thursday, at the age of 60.
Pope Francis got himself involved with the ongoing debate over the decriminalization of abortion in his Argentinian homeland, sending a handwritten letter to a group of women from Buenos Aires’ slums asking, “Is it fair to hire a hitman to resolve a problem?”
According to one Venezuelan bishop, the world should be concerned by the growing military presence of Iran in his country.
Between the Vatican’s McCarrick report and the US presidential elections, much of what’s happened in the rest of the global Church over the past week has gone unnoticed.
Puerto Rico’s top prelate issued a challenge for the island territory to clean up its political system, warning that right now, corruption “haunts and drowns” its society.