The Rome official, an outspoken critic of the dubia, is teaching a US diocese about Amoris Laetitia
He was a ‘master of words mastered by The Word’
Researchers said this is the first papacy where political polarisation stands out
Those who want to change practice on Communion for divorced-and-remarried couples could exploit a rather awkward sentence
Cardinal Wuerl says apostolic exhortation ‘is a call to compassionate accompaniment’
Why did a request from Pope Francis throw a respected American Catholic charity into crisis?
The protesters seemed more intent on play-acting as radicals than changing minds
Bishop John Stowe of Lexington called for God’s blessing on those acting in civil disobedience