In his address at the commemorative ceremony for the 50th anniversary of the Synod of Bishops at the weekend, Pope Francis said that the synod is the unfinished business of Vatican II, putting collegiality into action
The German group extensively discusses the concepts of mercy and truth, grace and justice, which are repeatedly understood as opposites, and their theological relationship to one another. In God they are not opposites...
Importance and influence of the Synod of Bishops in the life and mission of the Church in Europe: Reflections of H.E. Cardinal Vincent Nichols, Archbishop of Westminster at a commemoration service in The Vatican on 17 October 2015
Statement by Archbishop Bernard Longley of Birmingham, co-chairman of the Anglican-Catholic ecumenical dialogue, on subject of non-Catholic Christians married to Catholics receiving communion
'For the Church, the family is not first and foremost a cause for concern, but rather the joyous confirmation of God’s blessing upon the masterpiece of creation. Every day, all over the world, the Church can rejoice in the Lord’s gift of so many families who, even amid difficult trials, remain faithful to their promises and keep the faith!'
Pope Francis makes an historic speech to a Joint Session of Congress in which he outlines their role in changing the world for the better
Barack Obama tells Pope Francis that his visit highlights how much all Americans value the Catholic Church and what it does for the community at large
Pope Francis outlines his aims and mission to the United States in his speech on the White House lawn with President Barack Obama on Wednesday
Homily of Pope Francis at the Holy Mass, Havana, Plaza de la Revolución on Sunday 20 September 2015
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