SPIRITED THINKING SINCE 1888
Laura Ieraci

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May 12, 2020
Ending the widespread stay-at-home orders under the coronavirus pandemic would align with Catholic social teaching and respond to the needs of vulnerable people, including the young and the poor, two Catholic economists said.
September 27, 2015
Pontiff delights tens of thousands at Benjamin Franklin Parkway with spontaneous talk on families
July 01, 2015
Francis met participants of an international conference organised by the International Council of Christians and Jews
June 26, 2015
Estimate made by organisers of the World Meeting of Families
June 26, 2015
Pope urges members of Pontifical Ecclesiastical Academy 'to have the courage to move away from the margins of safety'
June 25, 2015
Holy Father marks 50th anniversary of ecumenical group
June 24, 2015
Francis reflected on the hurt family members can cause each other in his latest general audience talk
June 24, 2015
The instrumentum laboris criticises the surrogate culture of 'wombs for rent'
June 16, 2015
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos met Pope Francis at the Vatican on Monday
June 09, 2015
Syrian Orthodox church of St Ephrem to become 'mosque of the mujahideen'
June 02, 2015
To love life is to care always for others, says pontiff, attacking abortion and unsafe working conditions
May 28, 2015
The Pope says there is no such thing as an 'express marriage'
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