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Ariana Grande Renounced Catholicism in Support of Gay Brother

Ariana Grande Renounced Catholicism in Support of Gay Brother

Pop princess Ariana Grande reportedly gave up Catholicism in support of her gay brother, Frankie Grande. In a recent interview conducted with The Sunday Telegraph, the singer details the journey of how she eventually came to terms that the religion was no longer for her, especially when she found out the church informed her brother […]

Setback for Pope Francis on Gay Statement

Setback for Pope Francis on Gay Statement

In what is being called a setback for Pope Francis, the midterm document from the synod has had language regarding gays and lesbians removed after conservative bishops blocked its inclusion. After failing to receive the needed two-thirds majority in a vote, the controversial paragraph was removed leaving some progressives unhappy and disappointed. The document is […]

Pope Francis Believes in Angels?

Pope Francis Believes in Angels?

Pope Francis believes in angels and has proclaimed that everyone should listen to them. The pontiff told followers at the Vatican that everybody has a guardian angel helping them to get through life. He went on to refer to them as “traveling companions.” Moreover, His Excellency said angels were not imaginary and people should start heeding […]

Pope Francis Stretches Hand to Asian Christians

Pope Francis Stretches Hand to Asian Christians

Pope Francis stretched a hand out to Asian Christians during his homily Sunday at the Asian Youth Day. Speaking in Seoul, South Korea, the Pope extended his hand to the Church in China and North Korea, too. While in South Korea, Francis beatified 124 Korean martyrs, most of whom were murdered for converting from Confucianism in […]

Pope Francis Uses His Platform for Good

Pope Francis Uses His Platform for Good

Pope Francis is shifting things in the Catholic faith and in the world for good. His leadership is bringing a much needed reformation in the Catholic Church, as his example  is putting the focus back on doing more work outside of the church rather than just keeping the good works stored inside of the church. […]

Pope Francis Repeating Interview History

Pope Francis Repeating Interview History

Pope Francis’ most recent interview with the Italian publication La Repubblica has caused waves with the pontiff’s remarks about priestly celibacy and pedophilia. But criticism from  Vatican spokespersons has cast suspicion on the interviewer’s accuracy and led to a case of deja vu for many observers. This is not the first interview the Argentine rockstar-pope […]

Pope Francis Begs Forgiveness for Church Sexual Abuse

Pope Francis Begs Forgiveness for Church Sexual Abuse

In a moment of extreme contrition, Pope Francis begged forgiveness from victims of sexual abuse by Roman Catholic Church clergymen. The Pontiff delivered his message of guilt and sorrow on Monday in a homily at a Mass with adult victims of sexual crimes. Cases of sexual abuse by members of the Church have been discovered […]

Pope Proclaims No More Pedophilic Priests

Pope Proclaims No More Pedophilic Priests

Pope Francis has declared an end to pedophilia and other such sexual abuse committed by priests in the Catholic Church, proclaiming that there will be no more tolerance for the sexual abuse of children. Although cases of sexual abuse in Catholic churches are not statistically as abundant as acts of pedophilia outside church, there is […]

Pope Francis Politics Problem

Pope Francis Politics Problem

There has been a lot of discussion about the historical importance of Pope Francis’ canonization of two previous and greatly influential popes – John XXIII and John Paul II – and that discussion has ranged from highly critical to rapturously euphoric. But while the history that has been made is evident, the politics at play […]

Pope John Paul II to Be Canonized by the Vatican as a Saint

Pope John Paul II to Be Canonized by the Vatican as a Saint

Pope John Paul II will soon be canonized by the Vatican as a saint. At the John Paul II Sanctuary in his hometown of Krakow, scores of people have lined up to kiss a golden reliquary containing a few drops of his blood. The cathedral like shrine was constructed after his death in 2005. For […]

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