Francis also expresses concerns over world hunger, COVID-induced food insecurity in private audience with FAO Director-General
Francis speaks by phone with EU Council President to discuss “how to tackle COVID-19 from a multilateral perspective”, double down on “fight against religious hatred and radicalisation”
“The world continues to close its doors, rejecting dialogue and collaboration”, Francis rues in audience with Latin American seminarians
“I now feel an even greater urge to be a witness of peace, brotherhood and forgiveness”, Father Pierluigi Maccalli says after surviving imprisonment by Islamist radicals
“It is very sad when ideologies take over the interpretation of a nation and disfigure the homeland”, Pope tells Spanish PM Pedro Sánchez
The promotion of a “clean finance in which the ‘merchants’ are prevented from speculating in that sacred ‘temple’ which is humanity” is a cause “particularly dear to my heart”, Pope Francis said on Thursday to evaluators of the Moneyval Programme visiting the Vatican for an inspection.
Pope Francis on Saturday decried the injustice of what he called “pharmaceutical poverty”, denouncing that those who live in need are poor even in medicines, treatment and health.
Amid the confusion of voices and messages that surround us, a Christian journalist is called to be a new witness to the truth, Pope Francis said Friday.
Pope Francis has told parents of LGBTIQ+ offspring that “the Lord loves your children just as they are”.
Pope Francis has warned that “no one can remain indifferent” to migrant “tragedies” the day after a tragic fire in a refugee camp on Lesbos.
“There will be no new relationship with nature without a new human being, and it is by healing the human heart that one can hope to heal the world from its social and environmental unrest,” the Pope has implored.
The Legionaries of Christ recently held their General Chapter in Rome, as the wider Regnum Christi Federation held its General Assemblies.
The Pope insisted today, World Social Justice Day, on the “rights” and the “immense dignity” of the poor and abandoned.
In an address to the Plenary Assembly of the Vatican Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, Pope Francis today promised a canon law legislative “update” for “greater efficiency, rigour and transparency” in procedures against clergy members accused of abuse.
Pope Francis has prayed today in the Angelus that the “very important” UN-backed summit Sunday in Berlin on Libya “is the start of a path towards the cessation of violence and a negotiated solution, which leads to peace and the much-desired stability of the country”.