Pope Francis on Seminarians: “If There’s a Doubt About Homosexuality, It’s...

In a closed door meeting with Italian bishops, Pope Francis offered his take on the growing vocations crisis, saying that if there is any doubt about homosexuality it is better not to have candidates enter the seminary.

“It Is Not a Sin to Criticize the Pope,” Says Pope...

In his opening address to the Italian Episcopal Conference’s 71st General Assembly, Pope Francis offered some words of advice to a meeting of Italian bishops, saying to them: "it is not a sin to criticize the Pope here! It is not a sin, it can be done."

Pope Francis Reportedly Tells Gay Man “God Made You That Way”

According to a victim of the Chilean clergy abuse scandal who privately met with Pope Francis in April, Pope Francis said that he should "accept himself and his same-sex attraction" because God made him that way.

Pope Francis: I’ve Thought About When It Might Be Time to...

During his Tuesday morning homily, Pope Francis reflected on his papacy and said he has thought about when it would come time to "take leave" of his flock.

A Step Closer to Unity? Over Two-Thirds of Russian Orthodox Accept...

In a recent survey that asked members of the Russian Orthodox church if they believed the Filioque of the Nicene Creed was correct, over two-thirds of respondents agreed that "and the Son" is correct.

Dates To Be Set for the Canonization of Blessed Pope Paul...

Last week the Vatican announced Pope Francis recognized second miracles attributed to the intercession of Blessed Pope Paul VI and Blessed Óscar Romero, the final step on their path to sainthood.

Watch: Austrian Priest to Embark on Epic 2,500 Mile Pilgrimage Across...

One Austrian priest is embarking on an epic pilgrimage 2,550 mile pilgrimage across the Alps that will visit over 200 of the world's oldest, most beautiful, and most significant Catholic shrines, monasteries, churches, and other places of pilgrimage.

House Chaplain Pat Conroy Rescinds Resignation, Will Meet with Paul Ryan...

On Thursday, House of Representatives Chaplain Pat Conroy retracted his resignation and will sit down to discuss the remainder of his term with Paul Ryan next week.

A “Black April” for the Church: Three Mexican Priests Murdered in...

In a span of less than two weeks, three Mexican priests have been murdered within their parishes in what is being called a "Black April" for the Church.

Save the 8th Begins “12 Weeks Campaign” as Minister Says Ireland’s...

As the eve of Ireland's Eighth Amendment referendum vote approaches, Save the 8th has begun their "12 Weeks Campaign" following a statement by the Irish Disabilities Minister that the vote is going to favor a repeal of the Abortion amendment.

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