Pope Francis urged Church and society today to fight the “indifference and rejection” the elderly suffer with a “revolution of tenderness”.
110 bishops have conspired in Portugal in a “secret” ultraconservative rival to the conference Pope Francis has planned on a more sustainable economy.
Many countries of the world combat surrogacy. And all who want to buy a baby in Europe, unfortunately, go to Ukraine today.
Pope Francis addressed the pilgrims gathered in St. Peter’s Square for the Angelus prayer and spoke about how Christians today must adopt Jesus’ meek and simple attitude.
A Spanish archbishop has proclaimed his respect for same-sex families, adding moreover that “the Gospel never condemns” these relationships.
Pope Francis constantly reminds us that the most important task is to proclaim the Gospel. 2019 saw him doing exactly that.
A veteran Italian exorcist has blamed secularisation for a rise in what he has called “aggressive Satanism”.
Parents and parishes, and not schools, are to take responsibility for preparing children for the sacraments under a “significant change” in policy announced by the Archbishop of Dublin.
Two Italian bishops are welcoming divorced and remarried Catholics back to the sacraments in an historic break with Church tradition they say has been made possible by Pope Francis.
The renewal of the Pontifical Theological Institute John Paul II for Marriage and Family Sciences in Rome should not be understood “as a war between two popes”, but as “simply the continuity of the magisterium”, the Institute’s president has claimed.
The Church is coming to know more and more about why Pope Francis’ ongoing renovation of the Pontifical John Paul II Theological Institute
for Matrimonial and Family Science in Rome was necessary.
Pope Francis has put his foot down over problems at the John Paul II Pontifical Theological Institute for Marriage and Family Sciences in Spain.
The grand chancellor of Rome’s beleaguered John Paul II Pontifical Theological Institute for Marriage and Family Sciences has promised to “address and overcome” conservative Catholic criticism of the restructuring of the Institute.