“There is no such thing as innocent gossip,” Pope Francis tells us in his homily today.
The Francis Chronicles
Analysis: Pope Francis' openness to the world beyond the Vatican walls may be dividing the faithful, but it's not a new move.
Francis Chronicles: The media have reported every detail of the new popemobile, but the story of the car's donor has gone largely unnoticed.
NCR Today: Pope Francis hasn't named any monsignors since his election, but it's unclear if the ban on the honorific is temporary or permanent.
NCR Today: Six months into his papacy, eight in 10 U.S. Catholics have a favorable opinion of Pope Francis, according to a poll released Thursday by the Pew Research Center.
What to do when you need 10,000 mooncakes and you need them fast? Might as well write to the pope.
Cardinal Joseph Zen Ze-kiun of Hong Kong is raising funds to purchase a mooncake for every prisoner in Hong Kong by Sept. 19, China's Mid-Autumn Festival. Mooncakes are traditionally eaten with loved ones while gazing at the harvest moon, and pieces of mooncake are placed out for loved ones who live far away or who have died. The mooncake signifies reunion, so offering mooncakes to prisoners is a touching gesture.
Attention in Italy is focused on the latest sensation from Pope Francis: a personal letter to a renowned journalist and nonbeliever on the front page of La Repubblica.
'Is it really a war over problems or is it a commercial war to sell these arms on the black market?'