Browsing: Pope Francis
The Pope Video December edition is released. “Child Soldiers” seeks to raise awareness about this slavery victimizing children.
As the Year of Mercy draws to a close, Emily Jaminet suggests 5 ways to keep the spirit of Mercy alive in your family life.
The Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Network this month, with the collaboration of the Jesuit Refugee Service, has launched the eleventh edition of The Pope Video, this time focusing on forced emigration and the fate of refugees.
In this episode of CatholicTV’s “The Gist,” hosts Danielle Bean, Rachel Balducci and Carolee McGrath discuss Pope Francis’ legacy of mercy and environmentalism with guests Mathew Schmalz, author and Associate Professor of Religious Studies at the College of the Holy Cross, and
Sister Damien Mari Savino, Professor of Environmental Science, Dean of Science and Sustainability at Aquinas College.
Our Question of the Week: tell us about your favorite Rosary?
We all know Pope Francis is from Argentina, but there is more to our remarkable shepherd than his country of origin and that he enjoys riding the bus. Kate Taliaferro reviews “Pope Francis Takes the Bus” and finds that there is so much more to know and love about our pontiff.
In the October The Pope Video, Pope Francis is deeply concerned with a cause that is always relevant: the exercise of the journalistic profession.
As people the world over celebrated, commemorated and even criticized the tiny Albanian nun and her outreach to India’s poorest, many in India notched up their enthusiasm to an understandably high degree. Marianna Bartholomew has the news from a missionary priest in India.
Everyday situations such as coexistence in community, work in a factory and customer care are some of the images that the September The Pope Video shows to raise awareness of the crisis we are facing.
On this World Day of Prayer for Creation, we are privileged to bring you an excerpt from Chapter One of Caring for Creation: Inspiring Words from Pope Francis, thanks to the generosity of Franciscan Media.
On September 1 Christian churches will come together to celebrate the World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation, and to observe the Season of Creation between that day and October 4 – the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi.