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Pope Francis · Bologna
Cardinal Zuppi Arrives in Ukraine to Begin Work as Vatican Peace Envoy
Vatican announced Zuppi's role as papal peace envoy one week after Pope Francis met with Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskyy at the Vatican. Vatican Secretary of State Cardinal Pietro Parolin has since clarified that Z Puppi's mission does not have mediation as its immediate goal.See the Story
100% Right coverage: 1 sources
Brisbane City · Brisbane City
Have you heard a timely message from God? It's a chance to work on your inner self, writes Terry Lees - The Catholic Leader
SO often I receive a timely message relating to my inner life, my inner self. It may not have an immediate impact, for sometimes it percolates within, or I ponder it and almost imperceptibly the message begins to mean something important. Or it can return to me later, like a flash of inspiration, an “aha” […] The post Have you heard a timely message from God? It’s a chance to work on your inner self, writes Terry Lees appeared first on The Catho…See the Story
Pope Francis · Brisbane City
Dr Ian Marshall's life was dedicated to giving to others in need - The Catholic Leader
DR Ian Marshall, a humble man honoured by a Pope for his life of service, was giving to his community up to a few days before his death at the age of 84. Delivering a eulogy at Dr Marshall’s recent funeral in Brisbane, his son Richard spoke of his father’s dedication and support to some […] The post Dr Ian Marshall’s life was dedicated to giving to others in need appeared first on The Catholic Leader.See the Story
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Oceania · Brisbane City
Father Bob dies aged 88
Father Bob Maguire has died aged 88, a source close to his family confirmed. He was a Catholic priest, social justice campaigner and media personality. He is survived by his wife, two children and a step-daughter. He also leaves behind a son, a daughter and a grandson.See the Story
60% Right coverage: 10 sources
Joe Biden · Belfast
Joe Biden in Belfast to mark 25th anniversary of Good Friday Agreement
US President Joe Biden has landed in Belfast at the start of an historic four-day visit to Northern Ireland and the Republic. Biden was greeted by Prime Minister Rishi Sunak as he stepped off Air Force One at Belfast International Airport.See the Story
47% Left coverage: 38 sources
Europe · Shanghai
Vatican says China has unilaterally appointed bishop to Shanghai
Chinese authorities have appointed a new bishop to Shanghai, the largest Roman Catholic diocese in China, the Vatican said on Tuesday, in an apparent violation of a bilateral pact between the two states.See the Story
47% Right coverage: 15 sources
Pope Francis · Vatican City
Pope expands sex abuse law, reaffirms adults can be victims
Pope Francis on Saturday updated a 2019 church law aimed at holding senior churchmen accountable for covering up cases of sex abuse, expanding it to cover lay Catholic leaders and reaffirming that vulnerable adults can also be victims of abuse when they are unable to consent.See the Story
53% Center coverage: 107 sources
Vatican's Caritas Internationalis gets new leadership team after papal firings
Alistair Dutton is currently chief executive of the Scottish chapter of Caritas. He previously served as humanitarian director for the confederation of 162 national chapters. Caritas representatives elected Dutton as secretary-general during a general assembly in Rome. The election was closely watched following Francis' extraordinary decision in November to fire the Caritas leadership.See the Story
50% Left coverage: 4 sources
By the Numbers: How the Catholic Church Has Changed During Pope Francis’ Pontificate
The number of diocesan priests worldwide appears to be virtually unchanged in the decade of Pope Francis' pontificate. The number of religious sisters worldwide suffered a larger drop of nearly 11%. According to the Vatican, however, the number of seminarians worldwide has been decreasing since 2013. The sharpest declines were in North America and Europe.See the Story
100% Right coverage: 2 sources
Pope Francis · Brisbane City
A selfie with the pope just got easier – here's Pope Francis’ schedule for WYD 2023 - The Catholic Leader
SNAPPING a photo as the popemobile zooms by is almost a World Youth Day tradition at this point and it just got a little easier as the Vatican released Pope Francis’ schedule for his trip to Portugal for World Youth Day 2023 on Tuesday. During his visit from August 2 to 6, the 86-year-old pope […] The post A selfie with the pope just got easier – here’s Pope Francis’ schedule for WYD 2023 appeared first on The Catholic Leader.See the Story