More Roman Catholicism

By Brent Nagtegaal, from January 12, 2017 in Analysis »
The Vatican is again inserting itself into the peace process—but for what purpose?
The United States has chosen a president who opposes the Vatican’s political vision. How will the Roman Catholic Church respond?
By Andrew Miiller, from December 27, 2016 in Top Stories 1 »
The ‘spiritual son’ of Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI is calling for a European solution to the migrant crisis.
By Josué Michels, from November 18, 2016 in Top Stories 1 »
German bishops remind politicians of their Christian obligation.
By Kieren Underwood, from November 5, 2016 in News »
A ‘restless reforming’ pope’s speech to Lutherans on the anniversary of their greatest complaint
By Josué Michels, from November 4, 2016 in Top Stories 1 »
The Vatican stretches forth its hand to rescue a tumbling Latin American nation.
By Kieren Underwood, from October 11, 2016 in News »
You can’t wait five years when you are fighting a war.
By Josué Michels, from August 19, 2016 in Analysis »
Striking Bavaria means striking the Catholic heart of a sleeping lion.
By Richard Palmer, from August 7, 2016 in Analysis »
Pope Francis says that Islam is a religion of peace. Many, even in the church today, say he’s wrong.