Colombia’s historic peace deal is only the “beginning of a still open process of change”, Vatican Cardinal Pietro Parolin has said at a Mass in Cartagena.
The conflict in Aleppo has destroyed 20 churches, according to Russia’s Interfax news agency.
Catholics in Kenya must avoid “total dependency” on donors, Cardinal John Njue has said.
Robert Mickens says it’s clear that Francis sees “a serious lack of quality among priests and bishops”.
Cardinal Timothy Dolan wonders if Catholic schools “are worth all the blood, sweat, and tears”.
Ayman Ibrahim and Taylor Luck reflect on the assassination of Jordanian Christian Nahed Hattar.
And the “professional smart aleck” behind Eye of the Tiber gives a rare interview.
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