- May 10, 2021
In a move that’s in-step with Pope Francis’s environmental advocacy, Rome’s Colosseum will get a new floor that is both functional and environmentally conscious.
We live in a time of instant opinion, in which perspective is generally the first casualty of war. Nevertheless, here’s a bit of perspective anyone who follows Vatican news and the Catholic scene ought to try to keep in mind: The papacy, as it’s come to be understood, is an impossible gig.
Gracy Olmstead spoke to Crux about her book “Uprooted: Recovering the Legacy of the Places We’ve Left Behind.”
Pope Francis’s campaign for financial reform has two targets. The is outright, blatant corruption, and the other is formed by cultural assumptions and patterns of behavior that aren’t generally perceived as criminal or even immoral.
A sweeping new law on procurement and contracts decreed by Pope Francis today amounts to a direct frontal assault on two cornerstone aspects of Italian, and, by extension, Vatican culture: Nepotism and feudalism.
U.S. Catholic leaders discuss why they believe gun violence is prevalent in the country.
With a friendship going back to a fateful meeting at The Roxy in 1975, Bruce Springsteen and Martin Scorsese shared the stage in Los Angeles Sunday night for a wide-ranging conversation about everything from their Catholic upbringings and maturing faith to Flannery O’Connor, concert documentaries and the role of an audience.