- Jul 23, 2021
President Nicolas Maduro on Wednesday defined a letter sent by Pope Francis’s top aide to local businesses calling for serious dialogue a “compendium of hatred.”
The Italian government Thursday rolled out new rules requiring citizens to present a ‘Green Pass’ demonstrating that they have either been vaccinated or have had a negative COVID test to be admitted to most indoor activities, except for weekly Mass.
With hundreds dead or missing and billions of dollars with of damage done in Germany as a result of recent flash flooding, one organization assisting in relief efforts has said the situation on the ground is more like a warzone than a natural disaster.
Highlighting the importance and gifts of older people has been a constant refrain throughout Pope Francis’ ministry.
Pope Francis’ September trip to Hungary and Slovakia features a jam-packed schedule that shows he has no intention of slowing down despite his recent recovery from colon surgery.
Pope Francis sent a letter of encouragement to residents of a Mexican diocese afflicted by battling drug cartels, a conflict that has cast attention on the lawlessness covering wide swaths of Mexico and the government’s inability to pacify the country.
Pope Francis expressed his gratitude to the medical staff at Rome’s Gemelli hospital after his recovery from intestinal surgery.
ROME – Pope Francis Sunday expressed closeness to Cuba in his traditional noontime Angelus address, and he voiced the hope that the country will become more just and fraternal. While those words may elicit only quiet reaction within Cuba itself, a band of Cuban expatriates who gathered in St. Peter’s