February 14, 2020
We are living in the golden age of the papal film. On Sunday night, The Two Popes, a movie starring Jonathan Pryce as Pope Francis and Anthony Hopkins as Benedict XVI, competed for three Academy Awards. Ultimately, it was overlooked in all three categories: best actor (Pryce), best supporting actor (Hopkins) and best adapted screenplay.
January 20, 2018
All the information you need for events featuring the Pope in Rome
October 25, 2017
A selection of memorable quotations by the Polish pope
April 25, 2017
Christians have a duty to forgive others, Francis told the faithful
April 12, 2017
Francis held his final general audience before Easter
April 03, 2017
During his Angelus blessing, the Holy Father also called for peace in the Democratic Republic of Congo
March 27, 2017
The Pope ended his day-long visit to Milan by speaking at an annual encounter for young people preparing for confirmation
March 22, 2017
The Pope laughed as the young girl removed his zucchetto
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