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Table of Contents
- Pope Francis Reveals His New Year’s Wish for 2015
- Tough Papal Christmas Greetings to Curia
- Francis: "The Presence Cancels the Sorrow"
- “Society Needs You,” Pope Francis Tells Large Families
- Will Pope Francis Prevail in Cuba?
- Vatican’s Diplomacy Plays Key Role in Thawing U.S.-Cuba Relations
- Is There More than One Pope Francis?
- A Pope of Contradictions?
- Vittorio Messori: “Doubts” on the “Twists and Turns” of Pope Francis…
- Urbi et Orbi Section: Our First Annual Dinner & Retreat
- Vatican Watch January 2015
- St. Francis Visits New York
- “The Primary and indispensable Source…”
- Carlo Maria Viganò – Archbishop, Nuncio of the Holy See to the United States, Italian
- George Pell – Cardinal Prefect of the Vatican Secretariat for the Economy, Australian
- Arlindo Gomes Furtado – Bishop of Santiago, Cape Verde, and Cardinal-designate
- Duarte da Cunha – General Secretary of the Bishops’ Conferences of Europe, Portugal
- Maria Hildingsson – Secretary General of the European Federation of Catholic Family Associations (FAFCE), Sweden
- Jaime Lucas Ortega y Alamino – Retired Archbishop and Cardinal of Havana, Cuba
- Constantin Sigov – Russian Orthodox intellectual from Kyiv, Ukraine
- Eugene and Jacqueline Rivers – Scholar and Protestant minister
- Konrad Krajewski – Archbishop, Papal Almoner
- Tugdual Derville – Pro-family and pro-life activist in France
- Gaudí and the Sagrada Familia Explained by Cardinal Lluís Martínez Sistach
- Five New Books by Francis
- The Pope's Gift to the Faithful