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Pope, ‘son of immigrant family,’ tells Obama he’s ready to learn in U.S. [VIDEO]
WASHINGTON (CNS) — Pope Francis introduced himself to President Barack Obama and all people of the United States as a “son of an immigrant family” arriving in the United States for the first time to learn from others and to share from his own experience.
La respuesta del Papa Francisco a quienes lo acusan de antipapa, comunista y no...
WASHINGTON (ACI) — En el vuelo que lo llevó de Cuba a Washington, D.C., el Papa Francisco respondió ante los periodistas que lo acompañan a quienes lo acusan de ser un antipapa, comunista y hasta cuestionan que sea católico.
Meeting reporters on plane, pope defends his teaching on social issues
ABOARD THE PAPAL FLIGHT FROM CUBA (CNS) — Pope Francis defended his position on the economy, the environment and other social issues as faithful repetitions of the basic Catholic social doctrine.
Labor Day statement: Reflection, action ‘critical’ for care of workers
"Sufficient decent work that honors dignity and families is a necessary component of the task before us, and it is the Catholic way," the chairman of the U.S. bishops' Committee on Domestic Justice and Human Development said.
Ideals worth sacrificing for: Pope to challenge U.S. Congress, U.N.
Along with having a winning smile and a warm embrace, Pope Francis is known for challenging people.
College students bring support for Clean Power Plan to Congress
The students were in the U.S. Capitol Aug. 4 learning about the Clean Power Plan from representatives of the Catholic Climate Covenant, the Franciscan Action Network, the Friends Committee on National Legislation, WE ACT for Environmental Justice and the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism.
Catholic economist: Pope has ‘measured’ critique of U.S. economy
Ahead of his apostolic visit to the United States in September, some are bracing themselves for more criticisms from the pope, this time directed specifically at the U.S. culture and economy.
Pope’s encyclical to have medieval Italian, not Latin, title
VATICAN CITY (CNS) -- Pope Francis' encyclical on the environment will not be released with a formal Latin title, but rather a medieval Italian one.
Climate encyclical expected to send strong moral message to the world
Pope Francis' upcoming encyclical on ecology and climate is expected to send a strong moral message -- one message that could make some readers uncomfortable, some observers say.
Mexico mops up after Patricia; ‘nature was kind,’ official says
The storm struck Mexico as one of the strongest hurricanes ever registered in the Western Hemisphere, but it avoided populated areas by arriving in a region between Manzanillo and Puerto Vallarta known as the Costa Alegre and quickly lost strength.