- May 12, 2021
The diocesan phase of a canonization process for the late Archbishop Hélder Câmara of Brazil closed on Dec. 19.
Crux speaks with Professor Brian Flanagan about his new book, “Stumbling in Holiness: Sin and Sanctity in the Church.”
Among other things, Paul VI showed the world that even popes wrestle with existential doubts, and that holiness and heartbreak can go hand-in-hand.
Confronting a rebel archbishop’s accusations and acts of defiance was the heaviest cross Blessed Paul VI had to bear in his pontificate, said a new book based on never-before published notes and documents.
Villanova University celebrated the first five years of Francis’s papacy with an all-star line-up of papal champions.
A major Rome summit on Saturday is hardly the first time the Church has seen a rift between the pope and some of his bishops.
Two Iongtime Italian rivals over the meaning of Vatican II collided again on Tuesday, with one backing a reading based on continuity and the other insisting the key point is that the council looked forward, not just back.