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  1. BERLIN (Reuters) - Former Pope Benedict is suffering from a disease of his nervous system which means he often needs to use a wheelchair, his brother Georg Ratzinger told a German ...

  2. Francis made the announcement on Thursday at a private meeting with Rome priests. The Vatican issued the transcript of the conversation on Saturday. When he made the announcement on Thursday ...

  3. Pope Francis’ recognition of the excommunicated bishops would open the way for an already-negotiated agreement with Beijing to give him the right to veto its future appointments. Cardinal ...

  4. The Vatican on Thursday denied a German magazine report that former Pope Benedict was suffering from a paralyzing disease of the nervous system. A Vatican spokesman said a report ...

  5. Pope says he's on sainthood 'waiting list'

    AFP via Yahoo News17 hours ago

    Pope Francis joked Saturday that he is on the "waiting list" for sainthood, along with his retired predecessor Benedict XVI. Pope Paul VI, a great reformer of the Roman ...

  6. Why Would the Pope Trust China for Bishops?

    The Wall Street Journal7 days ago

    Your editorial “The Bishops of Xi Jinping” (Feb. 2) reports Pope Francis will soon sign an agreement with China that will “allow” the pope to appoint all bishops in China, but ...

  7. Since then, Bergoglio, who on election took the name Francis after St Francis of Assisi, has become hugely popular. Even atheists declare: “I love this guy!” on social media...

  8. The Vatican is denying a German tabloid report that suggested Emeritus Pope Benedict XVI is suffering from a neurological disease. Germany's Neue Post quoted Benedict's ...

  9. The Vatican announced on Jan. 30 that Pope Francis had appointed Scicluna to look into accusations that Bishop Juan Barros of the diocese of Osorno in Chile had covered up crimes against ...

  10. Wasn’t the Catholic Church, under Francis’ leadership, supposed to be evolving on gay issues — or were the new pope’s musings merely a publicity stunt? Whatever the case, the firing of ...

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