Pope Francis has offered prayers for all those affected by the “terrible massacre” in Orlando (full text).
Disabled people must not be kept “apart, in some ‘enclosure'”, Pope Francis said yesterday as he celebrated the Jubilee Mass for the sick and disabled (full text, full video).
The Pope has met the Argentine mother of a man on death row in Texas.
The Russian Orthodox Church will decide today whether to continue to support the Pan-Orthodox Council due to begin on Friday (John Allen, Phil Lawler).
Marco Tosatti asks if the Vatican is softening its stance on abortion and contraception.
Stephen Greydanus says a sequel to Mel Gibson’s The Passion of the Christ is probably a bad idea.
And a 32-year-old cloistered nun in India has earned a PhD in aerospace engineering.
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