“I express my willingness to serve the Gospel with renewed love”
Bergoglio Chosen by the Cardinals in Conclave
“And now let us begin this journey”
Continuing Annual Tradition, Pontiffs Pray and Speak Privately
“In Pope Francis, the Bishop of Rome, Peter is still among us”
Francis Celebrates Liturgy of the Word in St. Peter’s Basilica
Georg Ratzinger attends event for book commemorating pontificate
Library Is Dedicated Entirely to the Life and Thought of German Pontiff as Scholar and Pope
Bishop Maurice Muhatia Makumba Shares Concerns, Launches Appeal for End to ‘Silence’
Pope Francis blessed a disabled man before the Inaugural Mass began.
Two years have passed since his election as Pope.
Friday marks his two year anniversary as Pope, and he will hold a penitential ceremony.
Reflected on Nation’s 1st Catholic Church Inaugurated in 2008
Gendarmerie Commander Says Pope Francis Will Not Lose Contact With Flock Despite Threats
He will meet with the Prime Minister of Kurdistan, where Christians have found refuge from ISIS.
Historian Michael Hesemann Says There is Proof Pope Benedict XV Tried to Stop Armenian Genocide
Urges Faithful to Have Attitude of Detachment From Worldly Things, Interior Freedom
The head of the Greek Church in Ukraine will be in Rome to talk about the war.
Tells Brotherhood Campaign They Must Love By Serving
He has several days of reflection planned after lengthy meetings at the Vatican.
Christoph Graf Promoted From 2nd Highest Post to 1st
On Thursday he will video-chat with disabled children
And the Wednesday General Audience
And 2015 Will Be No Less
Number Greatly Contrasts With Earlier Relief Agency Estimates
Archbishop Mamberti Says Pope’s Choices Reflect Universal Church
Feb. 14 Consistory Will Make 15 New Cardinal Electors, Another 5 Over Voting Age
In New Year’s Homily, Pope Reminds How Mary Gave a Human Face to Christ, So We Can Contemplate Him
194 People, Mostly Youth, Died in Blaze at Disco
Christmas Visit Fell on Anniversary of His Baptism