The war in Ukraine and the energy crisis featured prominently in this year’s World Day of the Poor, with 1,300 people in need attending a Mass presented by Pope Francis and a joint Vatican lunch on Sunday. “Instead of solutions that increase the wealth of the few, we must light the lights of hope in […]
Pope Francis seems to be taking sides in the culture war in the U.S. when it comes to gun control and the death penalty, but when it comes to abortion, he is remarkably silent, writes Goran Andrijanić for news portal wPolityce.pl
The proposal of American theologist Peter Kwasniewski to appeal to UNESCO to save the Latin Mass is a sort of testimony to the chaotic and uncertain atmosphere in the modern Catholic Church, writes columnist Grzegorz Górny
After the EU attempted to remove the term Christmas from official documents, the pope compares such a move to Nazi and communist dictatorships and calls for Brussels to respect the sovereignty of nation states
As the weeklong 52nd International Eucharistic Congress began in Budapest last Sunday, Pope Francis reportedly made remarks suggesting he did not care whether he would meet Hungarian PM Viktor Orbán, writes Grzegorz Górny in portal wPolityce.pl
The schedule of Pope Francis’ September visit to Budapest is final: he will meet President János Áder and Prime Minister Viktor Orbán before celebrating the closing Holy Mass of the International Eucharistic Congress
The Pope’s decision to heavily restrict the old Latin Mass is an error on many levels related to the deep modernization of the Church, not a true process of diversification, writes Catholic columnist Tomasz Terlikowski
More than 100,000 people, including many Poles, attended the Mass led by Pope Francis in Kaunas, Lithuania. The Bishop of Rome spoke of the difficulties of faith and reflected on the suffering of Central Europe.
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