Sending “more bomber planes and drones to Syria and Iraq” will only lead to more “senseless slaughter”, Cardinal Óscar Andrés Rodríguez Maradiaga has said.
Next month’s family synod is unlikely to result in a change in Church teaching on Communion for the remarried, Vatican Archbishop Vincenzo Paglia has said.
Bishop William Shomali says he longs for a new “Rabin who could really make peace” between Israelis and Palestinians.
Sandro Magister says it’s “by no means established” that the concept of a Pope Emeritus “has any real foundation“.
And Joseph Shaw considers what it really means to call someone a Jansenist.
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