Robert Spaemann said Communion was a ‘yes or no’ question and that the Pope’s document could lead to a schism
The priest in charge of Confession at Milan cathedral says there has been a growing “demand” for absolution and Communion
Cardinal Nichols noted that there had been a significant increase in Catholics receiving the sacrament in the last six months
Could the Kasper proposal, decisively rejected by the synod fathers, really be in the papal text?
Rector at basilica says he has also seen a rise in non-Catholics wanting to go to Confession
Pope Francis made the plea at a penitential liturgy in St Peter’s Basilica before hearing Confessions
Let’s hope that our churches are thrumming with activity
Priests will hear Confession at churches in England and Wales on March 4 and 5 as part of the Pope’s ’24 hours for the Lord’ initiative