Cardinal Marc Ouellet has said that some approaches to evangelising the Amazon run “the risk of being artificial and syncretistic”.
Canadian philosopher Charles Taylor and African theologian Fr Paul Béré SJ have won the Ratzinger Prize.
Cardinal Christian Tumi has welcomed Cameroon’s “Major National Dialogue” on the Anglophone crisis.
Austen Ivereigh describes the genesis of “the most widely read papal document in history”.
Bishop Robert Barron says Reddit offers “ample proof” that the language used to articulate Church teaching on homosexuality has been “ineffective to say the very least”.
Gregory DiPippo explains how to observe the new Sunday of the Word of God.
And a man who followed the instructions in an article entitled “How to Send the Pope a Letter” has received a reply from Pope Francis.
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