Pope Francis said that when it comes to treating patients, especially women, doctors and medical institutions should place their care above financial gain.
Catholic social teaching has values the world needs, says newest member of Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences
The teaching dives into the Gospel’s concrete principles for living together in a way that recognizes the God-given human dignity of each person.
Fear has gripped the camp in recent weeks as at least seven individuals have been found murdered with their bodies left along the river’s edge.
Pilgrimages are a major source of support for Christians in the region, but “here in Jerusalem, we haven’t seen a pilgrim in six months.”
Only a small minority of British Catholics said they would not return to church when the coronavirus pandemic is fully over.
BRISBANE, Australia (CNS) — A new law requires priests in the state of Queensland to break the seal of confession to report child sex abuse
VATICAN CITY (CNS) — In a new book featuring his conversations with Pope Francis, Italian environmental activist Carlo Petrini said he hopes the published discussions
VATICAN CITY (CNS) — Although technology has made leaps and bounds over the past decades, the scientific community must not isolate itself in its own
“The current pandemic has highlighted our interdependence: we are all linked to each other for better or for worse,” said Pope Francis.
Between Pope Francis and retired Pope Benedict XVI, there is “continuity of magisterium and particularity in pastoral style.”
To make the funerals of coronavirus victims more humane, Colombian deacons work with a funeral company to conduct services outside cemeteries.
Coronavirus crisis can be opportunity to rethink economic, political and environmental policies in a way that will benefit humanity and the earth.