Pope Francis opens the final section of his exhortation by steering between two false extremes.
Recently I heard a story shared by one of the African Bishops who attended the Synod on ‘The New Evangelization.’
One of the more celebrated achievements of Second Vatican Council was to give the Church a clearer understanding of the nature and role of the lay faithful.
Recently in a daily homily in the Chapel of Domus Sanctae Marthae, Pope Francis commented on the idea that all people are capable of “doing good.”
Near the end of the summer in 2010 a young woman in Eastern Europe became one of the most vilified people on the internet.
In 1965 the Fathers of Second Vatican Council complained about Catholics, “who imagine they can plunge themselves into earthly affairs in such a way as to imply that these are altogether divorced from the religious life.”
On February 14th, 2013, Pope Benedict gave a warm unscripted talk to the clergy of Rome.
As we contemplate the vast complexity of the universe beyond our solar system, …
On November 18th, 1965 the Dogmatic Constitution on Divine Revelation (Dei Verbum) was endorsed by 2,344/2350 votes from the council fathers.
During the prayers of the Mass we hear the priest pray;