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Faith Leaders, Scientists Meet at Vatican to Push for Greater Efforts to Fight Climate Change

Edward Pentin October 4, 2021 for NCR (link) Pope Francis and Orthodox Patriarch Bartholomew of Constantinople arrive for the meeting, “Faith and Science: Towards COP26,” with religious leaders in the Hall of Benedictions on October 04, 2021 in Vatican City, Vatican. (photo: Vatican Pool / Getty) October 6, 2021 A joint, seven-page appeal, signed [...]

German ‘Synodal Way’ extended to 2023 as assembly ends abruptly after votes on sexual morality, priesthood

By CNA Staff for CNA (link) Frankfurt, Germany, Oct 4, 2021 / 05:15 am Bishop Georg Bätzing celebrates Mass at the second synodal assembly in Frankfurt, Germany, on Oct. 1, 2021./ Synodaler Weg/Maximilian von Lachne. October 6, 2021 The German Catholic Church’s “Synodal Way” will be extended to 2023 after its plenary session ended abruptly [...]

Vatican finance trial: Judges to rule whether to keep or scrap case in face of procedural missteps

By Hannah Brockhaus for CNA (link) Vatican City, Oct 5, 2021 / 09:00 am A finance trial involving 10 defendants opens at the Vatican on July 27, 2021./ Vatican Media. October 6, 2021 The Vatican finance trial involving Cardinal Angelo Becciu continued on Tuesday with two hours of legal debates that could potentially result in [...]

Pope at Audience: True freedom flows from the Cross of Christ

(CNS photo/Paul Haring) October 6, 2021 In his weekly General Audience, Pope Francis continues his reflection on St. Paul’s Letter to the Galatians, exploring the concept Christian freedom and how Christ, the Truth, achieved it in His supreme act of love on the Cross. By Robin Gomes Christian freedom is the gift of God [...]

Pope at Angelus: The Lord holds us like a Father does his child

(CNS photo/Vatican Media) October 3, 2021 Pope Francis addresses the faithful gathered in St Peter’s Square and urges them to accept being small in order to grow big. By Francesca Merlo Reflecting on the day’s liturgy, as he addressed the faithful gathered in St Peter's Square for the Sunday Angelus, Pope Francis noted that [...]

Pope at Audience: Power of grace must lead to works of mercy

(CNS photo/Paul Haring) September 29, 2021 At the Wednesday General Audience, Pope Francis tackles the question of justification as he resumes his catechesis on St Paul’s Letter to the Galatians. By Christopher Wells Taking up the “difficult but important topic” of justification in his catechesis at the weekly General Audience, Pope Francis said that St Paul [...]

Pope at Angelus: Christian communion built by welcoming, not dividing

(CNS photo/Vatican Media) September 26, 2021 At the Angelus address on Sunday, Pope Francis reflects on Jesus’ exhortation to put aside judgements by pruning our inflexibility toward others. By Devin Watkins Pope Francis prayed the Angelus on Sunday with pilgrims in St. Peter’s Square, and reflected on the day’s Gospel (Mk 9:38-41), in which [...]

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