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Even the most disinterested person will have been riveted by the lead up to one of the holiest times in the Church calendar.
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Do I Believe Christ will come again to Judge the living and the dead?
Pope Francis’ style of breaking away from his security detail and diving toward the crowds means his protectors are doing quick rewrites of strategy, sometimes on the spot.
Drawing on the words of Pope Francis and his call for people to be protectors of each other, Anglican Archbishop Justin Welby urged people of faith to build up the community of God on earth.
Moral relativism “endangers the coexistence of peoples,” Pope Francis told diplomats March 22.
Pope Francis will celebrate the Holy Thursday Mass of the Lord’s Supper in a Rome juvenile detention facility and wash the feet of some of the young detainees.
Dressed in orange safety vests, green jumpsuits or other workers’ attire, Vatican gardeners, garbage collectors and cleaning crews joined Pope Francis for a 7 a.m. Mass March 22.
Manila Cardinal Luis Tagle told journalists that when he went before newly elected Pope Francis to pledge obedience, the pope told him he had “high hopes” for the Philippines.
General elections in Zimbabwe, expected in the second half of the year, will be as important in determining the country’s destiny as the 1980 vote that led to independence from Great Britain, said the Zimbabwe Catholic Bishops’ Conference.
As you may know, for the past five years, Archbishop Richard Smith has been advocating the need for the Sisters of Life to establish their order in the Edmonton Archdiocese to help us bring an end to abortions.