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Vatican Radio reports that Herteller was a “familiar face” to people in Vatican City, and that some clergy members would
Pope Francis is carrying out a revolution in the Vatican. It will also be a revolution in the world, setting it right because it is upside down. The revolution of Jesus of Nazareth: "The last will be first, and the first will be last."
Long a champion of the poor and vulnerable, Pope Francis went one step further during the Sunday Angelus message at the Vatican
Maradiaga at one point brushed aside the fierce criticism that many conservatives have leveled at Francis by noting that
For you know the generous act of our Lord Jesus Christ, that though he was rich, yet for your sakes he became poor, so that
Two thousand immigrants at the Dono di Maria shelter near the Vatican were thrilled to receive Christmas presents from none
Rev. Paul Raushenbush joins HuffPost Live to discuss his blog post, "Don't Call Us Marxist Because We Critique Capitalism, Call Us Christian."
In response to critics who label him a Marxist, Pope Francis is taking a page from the famous Seinfeld scene: No, my critique of capitalism is not because I'm a Marxist (not that there's anything wrong with that) -- it's because I'm a Christian.
A recent interview with Archbishop Konrad Krajewski, the "Almoner of His Holiness," raised speculation that the Pope joins him on his nightly trips into Rome to give alms to the poor, and it turns out that the rumors are probably true.
A recent interview with Archbishop Konrad Krajewski, the "Almoner of His Holiness," raised speculation that the Pope joins
Pope Francis is making his mark as one Catholic Church's more humble Popes by eschewing luxurious vestments in favor of simple
Larry Kudlow, advocate of free-market capitalism and CNBC host, isn't sure that Pope Francis really understands economic