Pope Francis

The pontiff, 84, had half of his colon removed last week for what the Vatican said was a “severe” narrowing of his large intestine.
Francis, 84, is expected to stay in Rome’s Gemelli Polyclinic, a Catholic hospital, for about seven days “barring complications,” said a Vatican spokesperson.
The Vatican said the pope had been diagnosed with a condition related to his large intestine.
The Church wants to correct the “myths and disinformation” that are slowing the fight against the coronavirus.
The Canadian Prime Minister said the Pontiff needs to apologize for church-run boarding schools where hundreds of unmarked graves have been found.
Matteo Villardita, who wears the webslinger outfit to visit kids in hospitals, also gave the Pontiff a spare mask.
The Vatican also criminalized the “grooming” of minors or vulnerable adults by priests to compel them to engage in pornography.
The artist said the Roman Catholic Church was hypocritical for making a profit from his biopic while insisting that God "cannot bless sin."
Priests in Germany and other parts of Northern Europe have been blessing gay couples in committed relationships for years.
The pontiff and Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani delivered a powerful message of peaceful coexistence during their meeting in the holy city of Najaf.