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Solène Tadié
Some of the new guards shared their special experience with the Register on the sidelines of the May 6 ceremonies.
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Joan Frawley Desmond
Many Church leaders agree that doctrinal confusion needs to be addressed, but strongly disagree that accusing Pope Francis of heresy will help remedy the situation.
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Victor Gaetan
NEWS ANALYSIS: The Balkan nation is troubled by deep political divisions and by tensions with its neighbors.
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Edward Pentin
The cardinals who led the process of drafting the new papal document on Curial reform have disclosed details, ahead of its pending publication.
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Solène Tadié
The 28 well-worn marble steps that are said to have been traversed by Jesus during his passion were uncovered in Rome April 11 following a restoration project.
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Solène Tadié
Women victims of modern slavery and those in prison will be at the center of Pope Francis’ attention during Holy Week.
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SPECIAL TO THE REGISTER
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Edward Pentin
In a German-language essay published Thursday, the pope emeritus provides a way forward.
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Solène Tadié
The ensemble was welcomed by Pope Francis at the Vatican and performed two concerts.
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Joseph O’Brien
The document on revisions to the Roman Missal paved the way for new Mass — and new challenges — for the Church.
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Edward Pentin
Christus Vivit reflects the Holy Father’s takeaways from the October youth synod.
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Edward Pentin
Pope Francis charges Vatican office to dedicate the next two years to AI study.
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Judy Roberts
As the Church confronts the sins of clergy sexual abuse, the stories of the ‘children of the ordained’ are increasingly being told as well.
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Judy Roberts
What does Church teaching dictate?
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Under the new law, promulgated March 29, officials are obliged to report ‘without delay’ any knowledge or well-founded suspicion of abuse.
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Hannah Brockhaus/CNA
Curiosity about papal custom grows after video of Francis went viral this week.
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From Sept. 4 to 10, Francis will travel to Maputo in Mozambique, Antananarivo in Madagascar and Port Louis in Mauritius.
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Cardinal Dziwisz: Pope’s actions are ‘reference for all those committed to fighting against the crime of sexual abuse of minors by clerics.’
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Catholic News Agency
The apostolic nuncio has recently been accused of financial and personal misconduct during his time as the Vatican’s chief U.N. diplomat.
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Hannah Brockhaus/CNA
Vatican says Francis has not accepted the French cardinal’s resignation, though the prelate has stepped back from the day-to-day leadership of his archdiocese.
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Courtney Grogan/CNA
On Friday, at least 49 people were killed in attacks on two Muslim places of worship in the city of Christchurch.
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The Holy Father spent the sixth anniversary of his election as the 265th successor of St. Peter on a weeklong Lenten retreat.
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Hannah Brockhaus/CNA
Discernment-related message was released in advance of the 56th World Day of Prayer for Vocations.
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The Holy Father said Sunday that the nine Spanish seminarian martyrs beatified this weekend showed how to follow Jesus well.
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The American bishop was in Rome to receive an honorary doctorate from the Angelicum, the Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas, on the 745th anniversary of Aquinas’ death.
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Joan Frawley Desmond
Critics say focus on metropolitan bishops is flawed, won’t restore public confidence.
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Hannah Brockhaus/CNA
Francis prayed the Stations of the Cross and celebrated Mass, Benediction and the imposition of ashes to begin Lent.
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Courtney Grogan/CNA
The message — originally written on the feast of St. Francis of Assisi in October — is a reflection on a line from St. Paul’s Letter to the Romans.
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Edward Pentin
The 114 episcopal conference presidents taking part in the Feb. 21-24 gathering mostly welcomed the meeting’s outcome and the rare opportunity to discuss face-to-face these issues from a global perspective.
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Hannah Brockhaus/CNA
Pope Francis will soon issue a motu proprio ‘on the protection of minors and vulnerable persons.’