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The World and the Church Meet at Vatican’s Health Conference

Who is influencing whom? By Christina Deardurff A troubling poster for the Vatican conference echoes Michelangelo’s famous Sistine Chapel depiction of the creation of Adam by God to suggest that modern science is a “new” creation The Vatican held its fifth Vatican Conference on Health, “Exploring the Mind, Body and Soul: How Innovation and [...]

Pope at Easter Vigil: “Christ, alive today, always helps begin anew”

By Robin Gomes In the hour of darkness when humanity is grappling with the pandemic and other ills, Christians need to take to heart the Easter message of the angel not to be afraid, assured that in Galilee where the Lord precedes them, their expectations will be fulfilled, their tears will be dried and their fears [...]

The Pope’s Historic March Visit to Iraq

The 4-day journey to Iraq took Francis to six cities and sites In the north and south of the country. He comforted Christians harshly tried by sectarian violence, and appealed for tolerance, fraternity, and peace  By Robin Gomes (Vatican News) Iraqi President Barham Salih and his wife seeing Pope Francis off at Baghdad Airport. [...]

Was the Shroud’s First-Century Origin Really Debunked?

Pope Francis prays before the actual Shroud of Turin during a showing in Turin in 2015 New Exposé Reveals Carbon Dating Labs’ — and Church’s — Errors and Contradictions By Jim Bertrand Longtime Shroud of Turin researcher Joseph Marino has just released his latest book in which he has compiled the most comprehensive [...]

“God’s Grace Works In Ways Unknown To Us”

An interview with Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze, 88, former Prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments By Barbara Middleton for Inside the Vatican Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze, 88. He has lived and worked in Rome for decades Cardinal Francis Arinze, who was born in 1932 in Eziowelle, Nigeria, [...]

The Movement To Appoint More Women To Vatican Posts: Who Benefits?

By Jane Adolphe  When Pope Francis appointed a woman (Sr. Nathalie Becquart, right)[1] as one of the two Under-Secretaries to the General Secretariat of the Synod Bishops, the reaction was predictable. Some praised the appointment as a step closer to female ordination,[2] while others criticized the decision as fruit from the poisonous tree of the [...]

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