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Pope taps first lay person as head of a Vatican department

ROME – Pope Francis has named a layman to head the Vatican’s troubled communications office, the first layman to head a dicastery of the Roman Curia.

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06/07/2018 · Lascia un commento

The Pope Opens His Eyes to Abuse

The abuse of minors by pedophile priests has been among the most painful sagas of our time, the horror compounded by the knowledge that hierarchs could have stopped the predators… Now, at long last, Pope Francis seems to have glimpsed the depth of the global crisis.

24/05/2018 · Lascia un commento

Mapped: The world’s most (and least) religious countries

Five countries tie for the title of most: Ethiopia, Malawi, Niger, Sri Lanka and Yemen, with 99 %
The least religious countries: China, Japan, Estonia, Sweden, Norway…
China surpasses them all, with only 7%

15/05/2018 · Lascia un commento

Full Text of Seven German Bishops’ Letter on Holy Communion for Protestant Spouses

The German bishops voted overwhelmingly in favor of the proposal at their Spring plenary meeting in Ingolstadt on Feb. 20, and the letter’s signatories affirm that out of the 60 bishops present, “13 voted no, including at least seven diocesan bishops.”

25/04/2018 · Lascia un commento

Egyptian mosque bill could pit government against top religious body

Cairo, known as the city of a thousand minarets, actually has over 3,000 mosques, and the country as a whole is home to over 100,000 Muslim houses of worship. Over 80,000 of these are controlled by the country’s Ministry of Religious Endowments…

23/04/2018 · Lascia un commento

Gaudete et Exsultate: key quotes

Pope Francis has written another Apostolic Exhortation, this one on the universal call to holiness, called Gaudete et exsultate — “Rejoice and be glad!” — which takes its title from the words of Jesus in the sermon on the mount.
Here is a selection of quotations.

10/04/2018 · Lascia un commento

Martyrs Of Love

The decree of beatification of 19 “martyrs” killed in Algeria in the 1990s, including the seven monks of Tibhirine and the former Bishop of Oran Pierre Claverie, was signed on Friday 26th January. “Each of them was an authentic witness of Christ’s love, of dialogue, of openness to others, of friendship and fidelity to the Algerian people”.

16/02/2018 · Lascia un commento

Card. Joseph Zen: Vatican is selling out the Catholic Church in China

So, do I think that the Vatican is selling out the Catholic Church in China? Yes, definitely, if they go in the direction which is obvious from all what they are doing in recent years and months.

04/02/2018 · Lascia un commento

Christian Persecution Is Growing: 215 Million Worldwide

According to the 2018 Open Doors Report, persecution has expanded geographically and numerically. The threat of religious or ideological nationalism is serious, especially in Asia and Africa

02/02/2018 · Lascia un commento

Is there hope for real change in the Church?

As hard as it is to acknowledge, it seems inevitable that those from whom we expect more will sometimes fail us. Our leaders are flawed; so are we. We are … Continua a leggere

27/01/2018 · Lascia un commento

Brazil: Aparecida – 300 Years On The Side Of The People

The celebrations of the 300th anniversary of the rediscovery of the statue of Our Lady of Aparecida ended recently. “Mary shows by her silence that the Gospel is proclaimed from the peripheries, the caves and cellars of humanity”

20/01/2018 · Lascia un commento

Pope’s Latin America visit to focus on protecting the planet and indigenous while abuse scandal lurks in background

The 81-year-old Pope is, it seems, increasingly worried about the future of humanity. “I fear a nuclear war,” Francis told reporters on board the plane to Chile.
He said the world is “at the limit” and “just one accident away” from a war that could destroy a large part of humanity. “Yes, I am really afraid,” he explained.

15/01/2018 · Lascia un commento

As a criminal prosecution looms, the Vatican takes control of Catholic movement in Peru

The Vatican has announced that it has taken control of the Sodalitium of Christian Life, a society of consecrated laypeople and priests. The group was founded in Peru in 1971 by a layperson, Luis Fernando Figari, who prosecutors in Peru are now seeking to detain. The move comes just days before Pope Francis begins a visit to Chile and Peru.

11/01/2018 · Lascia un commento

Violations of religious freedom: “Countries of Particular Concern”

Today, the Department of State announces that the Secretary of State re-designated Burma, China, Eritrea, Iran, North Korea, Sudan, Saudi Arabia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan as Countries of Particular Concern on December 22, 2017. The Secretary also placed Pakistan on a Special Watch List for severe violations of religious freedom

04/01/2018 · Lascia un commento

Three ideas Pope Francis repeats every Christmas

Pope Francis made it clear from the beginning of his papacy how Christians must live during this special time for the Church

29/12/2017 · Lascia un commento

Pope to Curia: ‘Betrayers of trust’ are frustrating Vatican reform

Francis decried the “betrayers of trust, or those who profit from the maternity of the Church,” meaning, he said, people who “don’t understand the lofty nature of their responsibility.” He also said the process of reform requires “patience, dedication and delicacy.”

21/12/2017 · Lascia un commento

Pope Francis in 2017: Chronicles of a ‘Peace Pope,’ and odds and ends

Forget what it says in the Catechism of the Catholic Church, or the Code of Canon Law. In terms of popular opinion, the papacy is basically an impossible job, since people expect popes to be media rock stars, world-class preachers and Fortune 500 managers all at once, to say nothing of living saints.

20/12/2017 · Lascia un commento

Papal envoy backtracks on Medjugorje comments

Archbishop Henryk Hoser said official pilgrimages may visit the site, but may not venerate the apparitions Pope Francis’s envoy in Medjugorje has backtracked on his recent comments on official visits to the … Continua a leggere

13/12/2017 · Lascia un commento

Cardinal hopes that ‘painful’ Amoris Laetitia dispute is over 

Cardinal Walter Kasper has said he hopes that the controversy over the Pope’s Apostolic Exhortation is at an end — Cardinal Walter Kasper has declared that he hopes that the “painful dispute” over the Pope’s Apostolic Exhortation Amoris Laetitia is now over. 

13/12/2017 · 1 Commento

Australians have ‘lost trust completely’ in the Church

Australians have ‘lost trust completely’ in the Church, says member of Pope’s Commission for the Protection of Minors. In the days after the Commissioner’s address, General Synod approved rules to … Continua a leggere

12/09/2017 · Lascia un commento

Asian Youth Day: Indonesian minister says we are “called to promote tolerance and solidarity“

The 7th edition of Asian Youth Day (AYD) in Yogyakarta, Diocese of Semarang (Java Island), has a strong inter-faith connotation, underlined by the theme of the event, ‘Joyful Asian Youth! Living the Gospel in Multicultural Asia’

03/08/2017 · Lascia un commento

‘Ecumenism of hate’ unjustly defames real Catholic/Evangelical dialogue

A recent article in a journal with close ties to the Vatican published an article asserting an unhealthy “ecumenism of conflict” between Catholics and Evangelicals on the right, claiming they are pushing a dangerous theocratic vision on America. However, those who have carried forward the fairly successful Evangelical-Catholic ecumenism in the United States have been some of the best and the brightest of mainstream Catholics.

28/07/2017 · Lascia un commento

New sign on Pope Francis’s door: ‘Complaining Not Allowed’

A sign recently put up on Pope Francis’s door at the Santa Marta residence also warns transgressors, saying that complaining can lead them to develop a “victim complex” with the subsequent “diminution of their sense of humor and ability to solve problems,” and advises, “Stop complaining, and act to make your life better.”

14/07/2017 · Lascia un commento

Shroud, new study: there is blood of a man tortured and killed

  Published in a US scientific journal new findings by Cnr and University of Padua. Electron Microscopy to analyze a pristine fiber: found creatinine and ferritin iron nanoparticles, typical in … Continua a leggere

11/07/2017 · Lascia un commento

Majority of Canadians think religion does more harm than good

Less than a quarter of people believe that religious people made better citizens. More than half of Canadians now believe religion is harmful More than half of Canadians believe religion causes … Continua a leggere

08/07/2017 · Lascia un commento

Cardinal Pell professes innocence on sex abuse charges

“I’m looking forward finally to having my day in court. I repeat I am innocent of these charges. They are false. The whole idea of sexual abuse is abhorrent to me,” Cardinal George Pell said in a statement he read to the media in a crowded Vatican press hall at 8.30 a.m. on the morning of June 29.

30/06/2017 · Lascia un commento

“Our Lady warns us: “who profanes God in his creatures risks going to hell”

Francis’ Mass for the canonization of the two visionaries, the first holy children who were not martyrs: “God effects a general mobilization against the indifference that chills our hearts”. Greeting to the sick: “Do not be ashamed of being a precious treasure of the Church.”

13/05/2017 · Lascia un commento

EU countries ignore pledges on religious freedom

The secretary-general of the Council of European Bishops’ Conferences has criticized the lack of commitment on behalf of members of the European Union in the implementation of religious freedom guidelines set in 2013. “Freedom of religion is an absolute principle, and diplomatic and economic pressure should be used to defend it,” he said.

06/05/2017 · Lascia un commento

US priests’ group calls Vatican vocations document ‘insulting’

Declarations in the Vatican Congregation for the Clergy’s recent document “The Gift of the Priestly Vocation” have been called “disrespectful,” “ambiguous” and “insulting” by the Association of U.S. Catholic Priests.

25/04/2017 · Lascia un commento

Pope Francis has some ideas on how to fix the priest shortage

In a newly-released interview Pope Francis discussed the shortage of vocations to the priesthood, saying the first response must be prayer. He also mentioned working with youth, the low birthrate, and the ordination of married men.

09/03/2017 · Lascia un commento

Islam will be largest religion in the world by 2070, says report

US-based Pew Research Centre analysed demographic change among the world’s major religions and found that the world’s population of Muslims will grow by 73 per cent between 2010 and 2050, compared to 35 per cent for Christians, the next fastest-growing faith.

04/03/2017 · Lascia un commento

Debate over ‘Amoris Laetitia’ is over

The Holy Father wisely chose not to respond to the five dubia, or questions, posed to him by four cardinals who objected to Amoris Laetitia. Unlike our president, Pope Francis can’t be easily baited. “The dubia are not really expressions of doubt or questions but rather assertions that ‘Amoris Laetitia’ appears to have abandoned or altered key teachings of Catholic tradition”…

10/02/2017 · 1 Commento

Australian archbishop: ‘As Catholics we hang our heads in shame’

Archbishop of Sydney Anthony Fisher said he was ashamed and humiliated by revelations that 7 percent of Australia’s Roman Catholic clergy may have abused children between 1950 and 2010. The alarming figure was presented by the church to an Australian inquiry looking into institutional sex abuse.

07/02/2017 · Lascia un commento

Les chrétiens invisibles du Qatar

À Doha, une grande communauté d’immigrés vit sa foi sans montrer de symboles religieux, mais la question de la liberté de culte est matière à controverse.
Si on cherche Mesaymir sur n’importe quelle carte géographique du Qatar, on trouve un regroupement de constructions isolées et de couleur sable. Le panneau sur la voie à six bandes dans le désert indique « compound religieux », parce que ici, à environ 40 kilomètres de Doha, sont regroupées les huit minorités chrétiennes reconnues dans le pays.

01/02/2017 · Lascia un commento

Vatican prosecuting financial crimes for first time

The head of the Vatican’s financial watchdog agency has revealed that the city-state began pursuing prosecutions against people accused of financial crimes for the first time in 2016, in what may be seen as a breakthrough for Pope Francis’ continuing reforms.

24/01/2017 · Lascia un commento

Two missed opportunities for real reform on sex abuse

Two stories this week, one in Italy and the other in the States, both highlight missed opportunities for real reform on clerical sexual abuse, born of trafficking in stereotypes and straw men rather than engaging the nitty-gritty of reality in the Catholic Church.

22/01/2017 · Lascia un commento

OGF 1/2017 Synod of Bishops 2018 – Preparatory Document

My Dear Young People,
I am pleased to announce that in October 2018 a Synod of Bishops will take place to treat the topic: “Young People, the Faith and Vocational Discernment.” I wanted you to be the centre of attention, because you are in my heart. Today, the Preparatory Document is being presented, a document which I am also entrusting to you as your “compass” on this synodal journey.

17/01/2017 · Lascia un commento

Francis denounces resistance to Vatican reform in Christmas speech to curia

Pope Francis on Thursday lashed out against high-level Catholic prelates who have been opposing his efforts to reform the Vatican’s central bureaucracy, using an annual pre-Christmas meeting to say that while some cardinals and archbishops offer questions in a spirit of goodwill others practice a “malevolent resistance.”

22/12/2016 · Lascia un commento

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