- Dec 6, 2019
Hate speech must be stopped “in its tracks,” Chicago Cardinal Blase J. Cupich said in remarks during an interfaith dialogue at Loyola Academy in the Chicago suburb of Wilmette.
With the reality of evil being among the most pondered questions of all time and no clear answer, scientists and clergy joined together in Rome this week to reflect on whether there are “good” and “bad” brains, and how the science intersects with faith.
The bishop of a Catholic diocese in Italy recently struck by a devastating earthquake has told his people that when such inexplicable tragedy strikes, and despite the temptation to want someone to blame, it’s not the right response to turn God into a scapegoat for suffering.
ROME — In his final public utterance of 2015, Pope Francis on Thursday insisted that the unmistakable brutality and horrors of the past year, often “weighed down by private interests, by an insatiable thirst for power, and by gratuitous violence,” were nevertheless not the last word. “How many great gestures
VATICAN CITY — As millions of revelers around the world dress in ghoulish costumes to mark Halloween and the darker side of life, Pope Francis is warning that the devil is no myth and must be fought strenuously with “God’s armor.” Francis described Christian life as a continuous battle against