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  • Pope Francis announces May pilgrimage to Holy Land

    Pope Francis announces May pilgrimage to Holy Land
    JERUSALEM--Pope Francis will visit the Middle East in May, he announced Sunday to believers gathered at St. Peter’s Square in Rome. "In the climate of joy typical of this Christmas period, I would like to announce that from May 24 to 26, God...
  • Vatican says pope's comments on gay couples don't mark policy change

    ROME -- Pope Francis has taken another step toward making the Catholic Church more inclusive by telling priests to rethink how they reach out to the children of gay and separated parents. But the Vatican warned Sunday against reading too much into the...
  • Chan Lowe: Pope Francis afflicts the comfortable

    Chan Lowe: Pope Francis afflicts the comfortable
    His Holiness has a point. In his latest Exhortation, he declared “trickle-down” to be a cruel joke. Further enriching the rich as the best way to relieve the suffering of the economically strapped relies on the consciences of those at the...
  • Ken Langone vs Pope Francis: Fat wallet, thin skin

    Ken Langone vs Pope Francis: Fat wallet, thin skin
    Is it a law of evolution that the fatter the wallet, the thinner the skin? The wallet of Ken Langone, the billionaire co-founder of Home Depot, is so fat he he must sit on it funny, yet there he was the other day, crabbing to CNBC about Pope Francis'...
  • Victims of priest abuse 'looking for accountability' in documents

    Victims of priest abuse 'looking for accountability' in documents
    In the 11 years since Kathy Laarveld learned her son had been molested by their parish priest, she has wanted the Catholic Church to come clean and disclose how it ultimately handled the allegations against its clergy. She didn't waver in her position...
  • In Theory: Thoughts on nursing babies in the church

    American mothers are choosing to breast-feed their babies in increasing numbers, with about 77% of infants being breast-fed at some point. Public breast-feeding is becoming more socially acceptable — but does that include church? “Breasts...
  • Pope Francis looks past Europe, U.S., for new cardinals

    Pope Francis looks past Europe, U.S., for new cardinals
    ROME -- Pope Francis named 19 new cardinals Sunday, including a bishop from Haiti and an archbishop from Burkina Faso, a choice the Vatican said showed Francis’ determination to focus on the poor. Overall, the pope’s first batch of...
  • Pope Francis decries abortion as 'frightful' sign of wasteful culture

    Pope Francis decries abortion as 'frightful' sign of wasteful culture
    LONDON -- Pope Francis decried abortion Monday as a sign of a wasteful modern culture that treats goods and people, including unborn children, as easily discarded commodities. In the annual papal “state of the world” speech delivered to...
  • What to expect now that we're expecting gay marriage

     
    Wednesday's print column So tell Uncle Chester: Don't worry, gay people don't want to marry you. Wednesday afternoon, Gov. Pat Quinn is scheduled to sign into law a bill that will legalize same-sex marriage in Illinois starting next June. Chicago's......
  • Magazine says NSA spied on Vatican; U.S. denies it

    ROME -- The U.S. National Security Agency may have spied on the future Pope Francis in the run-up to his election in March, an Italian magazine reported Wednesday. The NSA strongly denied the report. Without citing sources, Panorama magazine said the...
  • Cardinal George's gloomy forecast on gay marriage

     
    Chicago Cardinal Francis George had this to say in a letter that he asked be published in all area church bulletins over the weekend: There will be consequences for the Church and society that will become clearer as the law......
  • Suspended 'Bishop of Bling' was bound to irk austere Pope Francis

    When Bishop Franz-Peter Tebartz-van Elst of Germany traveled to India last year to minister to poor slum dwellers, he reportedly flew first class. This year, renovations of the Roman Catholic bishop's church-owned residence in the city of Limburg ran...