Christian community should “become a reflection of the communion of the Trinity”, Pope Francis said at yesterday’s Angelus (full text, full video).
A Lithuanian archbishop killed by lethal injection in 1962 will be recognised as the country’s the first martyr this month.
The typical new American priest today is a 34-year-old cradle Catholic who prays the rosary and attends Adoration, according to a new study.
Elizabeth Dias considers how millennials are “reinventing” the priesthood.
John Allen says Pope Francis is starting to “institutionalise his own charism”.
Ruth Graham argues that Francis’s approach to family policy “remains traditionalist in spirit”.
And Lisa Monteiro talks to the Indian Sister in charge of the papal postbag.
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