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Christopher Carstens offers advice on deepening your devotion during the Mass

This could be his last chance for proper reforms to the Curia

Pope Francis knows that clerical dress matters

The preparatory committee includes bishops who have entertained some distinctly radical ideas

Christians shouldn’t hold their breath, but change may yet be possible

Despite his loyalty to the Church of England, King Charles had a love for Catholic art

The Rome official, an outspoken critic of the dubia, is teaching a US diocese about Amoris Laetitia

He was a ‘master of words mastered by The Word’

On March 25th, one woman changed the course of all human history by saying yes to God

The Pope tried to bypass Vatican norms in pursuit of reform. How far has he succeeded?