Last article of section "Theology and Magisterium"
Since the election of Pope Francis, the Catholic Church has been engaged in a re-discovery of its close association with the poor and those who suffer. In his call for "a poor church for the poor," Francis has reminded Christians of the need for solidarity and advocacy for those who lack wealth and power. He take...read more
Articles from section "Theology and Magisterium"
Some of the Protestant churches, along with Charismatic groups, have had success with attracting young people through their use of music to animate services. This is much more than a …read more
In the midst of the news about sexual abuse scandals and falling Mass attendances many are predicting the end of the Catholic Church, or at least arguing for major changes to doctrines. As …read more
Is the Church going to change? What will Pope Francis do? In his new book, “The Future of Catholicism,” (Signal) Michael Coren addresses these and other questions that have been the subject …read more
By Michael Pakaluk The Pope’s recent Apostolic Exhortation has drawn lots of criticism for its language in two or three paragraphs dealing with the economy. These criticisms should be taken …read more
Here is a translation of the address Pope Francis gave at today's general audience in St. Peter's Square. * * * Dear Brothers and Sisters, good morning! Today I return again to the …read more