The 37th Apostolic Journey of Pope Francis, which will take him to Canada from July 24-30, is a "penitential pilgrimage” that may also help to heal and reconcile another relationship.
Pope Francis issued a document on Friday that changed the oversight of Opus Dei. It also decreed that its leader, the prelate, can no longer be a bishop.
As Europe faces record high temperatures and summer wildfires, Pope Francis has pointed out that the poor suffer the most from heat waves, drought, and other environmental extremes.
The Vatican has issued another warning of a new schism from Germany coming out of the “Synodal Way”.
A Vatican policy published Tuesday says that the Holy See’s financial investments cannot contradict Catholic teaching.
Pope Francis has called on Catholics to counter toxicity in social media, and to engage in dialogue and education to help deal with “lies and misinformation”.
According to the Vatican gendarmes, around 12,000 people were in St. Peter’s Square for the pope’s weekly message.
Pope Francis will travel to the Canadian cities of Edmonton, Quebec City, and Iqaluit from July 24-29.
In a meeting with three male religious congregations on Thursday, Pope Francis emphasized the importance of taking a “zero tolerance” approach to abuse.hann
Pope Francis on Wednesday named three women to the Dicastery of Bishops, the Vatican office responsible for evaluating new members of the Catholic Church’s hierarchy.
The pope made the comment about the Catholic U.S. president in an interview broadcast July 12.
He spoke about the Parable of the Good Samaritan and how we should treat those in need.
Pope Francis has said the Catholic Church will continue implementing measures against clerical sexual abuse, even if there may be reluctance or pushback or in some places.
Pope Francis has said he would announce the appointment of two women to the Vatican committee that elects bishops.
Pope Francis has said he has no plans to resign soon and that his knee injury is healing.
The pope began his homily with the word, “esengo,” which means “joy” in Lingala, the Bantu-based creole spoken in parts of the Democratic Republic of Congo.
In his Angelus address, the pope posed a question: “How do we bring the good news of the Gospel to others?
The pope released a video message in which he urged the Congolese and South Sudanese people to place their hope in God.
In an interview published Friday, Pope Francis said that he believes it is time to rethink the concept of “just war.”