Faith and Justice: Pope Francis is the most talked about person in the world. But what impact is he actually having on the life of the church?
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Pope Francis has placed reform of the Vatican as a top priority of his papacy. Whether or not he will succeed remains to be seen.
Faith and Justice: The temptation with popes is to see them as all bad or all good. Nothing is that simple, especially human beings.
Faith and Justice: The Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith has been publicly criticized as of late, something unthinkable under the last two papacies.
Faith and Justice: The U.N. report on the Vatican's role in sexual abuse could have improved the church's handling of sexual abuse; instead, it was an editorial screed.
Faith and Justice: Part of the reason Pope Francis chose "Francis" as his papal name was the saint's "spirit of peace." How will the pope reflect that?
Faith and Justice: In his new column, Jesuit Fr. Thomas Reese looks at a mistake Pope Francis has made that could undermine his attempts at reform.