Friday Dec 6
Would Someone Just Shut That Pope Up?
Since the release of Evangelii Gaudium there have been countless articles and commentary about the economic portions of Pope Francis's Apostolic Exhortation.
Vatican finance group signs agreement with German counterpart
Vatican City, Dec 4, 2013 / 11:59 am .- The Vatican's financial watchdog, the Financial Information Authority, has signed a memorandum of understanding with its German counterpart, the Federal Criminal Police Office.
Francis and Benedict linked in call for joyful priests
Rome, Italy, Dec 3, 2013 / 10:18 am .- At a presentation of a work by Benedict XVI on the priesthood, the head of the Vatican's doctrine office said that both Benedict and Pope Francis share a view on priestly vocation and the crisis it faces.
Pope Francis I: Muddying doctrine, conservatives complain
Catholic in Name Only. Another area in which conservatives are fighting among themselves that has nothing to do with the Republican party.
Pope Francis ranked among this year’s 50 most prominent Jews
The Pope Francis effect has even spread to Forward's 50 top American Jews list for this year.
Benedict XVI Made 'Decisive Contribution' to Interreligious Dialogue
Benedict XVI made a "decisive" contribution to interreligious dialogue, proposing a dialogue of "charity in truth" that resulted in a praiseworthy initiative between Islam and Christianity.
Benedict XVI, Bishop Schneider, and Communion in the hand
The auxiliary bishop of Astana , Bishop Athanasius Schneider, was among the organizers of the CISP pilgrimage that brought a thousand traditional-minded Catholics from around the world to Rome the weekend of October 24-27, 2013.