In the end “we will be judged on the works of mercy”, Pope Francis said at yesterday’s Angelus (full text, full video).
Catholics are mourning Abdul Sattar Edhi, known as “Pakistan’s Mother Teresa”, who has died aged 88.
Pope Francis has launched “a profound, far-reaching, reform of Catholicism, that has huge implications for the ecumenical movement”, Bishop Brian Farrell, Secretary to the Pontifical Council for the Promotion of Christian Unity, has said.
John Allen says Saturday’s motu proprio stripping powers from the Secretariat of the Economy could prove “a Pyrrhic victory” for the Vatican old guard.
Anna Sutherland explains why US Latinos are leaving the Church.
Fr John W O’Malley asks if Vatican II was merely a “pastoral council”.
And Rome Reports names the best Twitter accounts for World Youth Day in Kraków.
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