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When Pope Francis laid both hands on the head of a young man in a wheelchair and prayed intently over him for several minutes, he was not performing an exorcism, said the Vatican spokesman.
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Careerism and a drive to seek power in the Church are sins as old as the Church itself, Pope Francis said in his homily at Mass May 21.
Members of the Franciscan community O Caminho (The Way) play religious music in the Campo Grande neighbourhood of Rio de Janeiro April 17.
Pope Francis gestures as he speaks with German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
The draft version of the Decree on Ecumenism presented to the fathers of the Second Vatican Council in November 1963 had two chapters that never made it into the final version of the document.
Pope Francis called for global financial reform that respects human dignity, helps the poor, promotes the common good and allows states to regulate markets.
OTTAWA - John Corston recalls growing up in a racist community that looked down on aboriginals like him.
Parents wish their children are active in their parishes and have a comfortable prayer life with God, several parents said at a recent workshop in Prince Albert, Sask.
Anna Mycyk and Gisele Bauche share a passion for iconography. Stepping into Mycyk's Saskatoon studio, surrounded by icons, it feels as though one is being welcomed into a place of reverence.