To be an apostle is to serve, not move up church’s hierarchy, pope says
Being an apostle does not mean climbing up the church's hierarchy to look down on others but humbling oneself in a spirit of service, Pope Francis said.
Abuse is ‘clear and present danger,’ pope says; local action essential
Establishing clear procedures for protecting vulnerable people against abuse "must become a priority in every local church," Pope Francis said.
Conflict resolution should be open to dialogue with enemy, cardinal says
Conflicts cannot be resolved "by dividing," said Cardinal Pietro Parolin, Vatican secretary of state.
‘Fraternity, tears, smiles’: Pope shares hopes for the future
In interviews focused on the 10th anniversary of his election, Pope Francis insisted it is not his task to make an accounting of what he has or has not accomplished since March 13, 2013.
To confront problems of artificial intelligence, involve women, pope says
Women must contribute the natural harmony of their thoughts, feelings and actions to the development and use of artificial intelligence, said Pope Francis.
Help those who are ‘thirsty’ for closeness, attention, Gospel, pope says
Jesus quenches humanity's thirst with love, Pope Francis said.
Letters from pope entered into evidence at Vatican trial
Cardinal Angelo Becciu, who is on trial at the Vatican for financial malfeasance, tried to get Pope Francis to sign statements saying the cardinal acted with the pope's approval when he used Vatican money to invest in a property in London and when he paid a woman who claimed she could help secure the release of a kidnapped nun.
Jesus asks that no one be excluded from his table, pope says
The Catholic Church is not selective: each one of its members is a sinner and part of the holy, faithful people of God, Pope Francis said in an interview marking his 10 years as pope.
Helping, welcoming others creates a culture of fraternity, pope says
Taking in and welcoming others must be done without expecting anything from them in return, Pope Francis said.
Women’s way: Pope opens path for more women at Vatican, in church
At the end of his general audience in St. Peter's Square March 8, International Women's Day, Pope Francis led a round of applause for women.