The Catholic Church’s rebrand keeps chugging along.
Only one bad thing can exist at a time, says one of the world’s leading moral authority figures.
An Italian newspaper is standing by its report, despite an unequivocal denial from the Vatican.
As one might imagine, the Vatican hasn’t reported any success stories.
The Vatican reminds us that the Pope meets with people all the time, and doesn’t necessarily agree with them.
In principle, fleeing violence is nothing new, but the costs of mobility are lower and the stakes are higher now.
He already endorsed her position. Why does it matter if he told her so in person?
The Pope’s preference for religious doctrine over the rule of law shows that he isn’t a public authority.
Jesus wasn’t too big on the concept of “an eye for an eye.”
The Pope is unconstrained by the American ideological spectrum, but his priorities definitely have a place on it.
George Will vs. Pope Francis on climate change and the vices of capitalism. The Pope wins.
Our politics inform our religion, not the other way around.
Pope Francis has called on Catholics to “find new roads” on social issues. Apparently his press shop didn’t hear.