‘Follow Him, and walk ahead of the Holy People of God, with your gaze fixed on the Lord’s Cross and Resurrection’
Consistory and Blessing of the Palliums
Takes up challenge to live the joy of the Gospel
‘In God’s heart there are no enemies. God only has sons and daughters.’
‘A love that bears, believes, hopes and endures’
“The joys, the pains and the anxieties of the men of today are also the joys, the pains and the anxieties of the disciples of Christ”
Cardinal John Atcherly Dew said he looks forward to being “with the people.
He also discussed child abuse cases in Spain.
The Pope highlighted the hostility St. Peter and St. Paul suffered through for being open.
New Cardinals Speak to ZENIT on What Pope Francis’ Choices Means For Them, Their Nations
The induction ceremony started off with the arrival of Benedict XVI.
The Catholic Church Now has 20 new cardinals, 15 of them are electors
Francis Says How When Reaching Out to Outcasts, Jesus Didn’t Worry About Upsetting Prevailing Mentality
“For Jesus, what matters above all is reaching out to save those far off, healing the wounds of the sick, restoring everyone to God’s family! And this is scandalous to some people!”
During Consistory for Creation of New Cardinals Saturday, Francis Stresses Charity
Pope Francis walked over to his predecessor to greet him.
“But for this very reason, dear brothers, the divine power of love, which transforms hearts, can be all the more evident in us, so that it is no longer you who live, but rather Christ who lives in you.”
They come from 14 countries and almost every continent
Pontiff Emeritus to Attend Celebration at St. Peter’s Basilica
Cardinals Pell, Marx Deliver Reports on Economy, Cardinal OMalley to Report on Commission for the Protection of Minors
“It is a collaboration of individual Cardinals, but also a collegial collaboration, in the furrow traced by the history of the Church”
Father Federico Lombardi Briefs Journalists on Extraordinary Consistory
Cardinals Updated on Curia Reform on Consistory’s First Day
“The reform is not an end in itself, but a means to give strong Christian witness”
First Day of Consistory of the College of Cardinals Begins at the Vatican
Cardinal-designate Edoardo Menichelli Speaks on Recent Synod on the Family
The College of Cardinals has changed significantly since the Pope was elected
The German theologian was a consultor for the Congregation of the Doctrine of the Faith
18 Countries Represented
Pope Francis will create new cardinals at a Feb. 14-15 consistory.