Today on Perspectives, Pope Francis meets with leaders of the Old Catholic Church, CNS talks to Archbishop Shevchuk about the challenges facing families in Ukraine and a look at the Salt + Light Hour.
Today on Perspectives, Pope Francis’ weekly general audience where he asks the world to come together to irradiate Ebola and the CCCB releases a new document on ecumenism.
Today on Perspectives, Pope Francis unveils a bust of his predecessor, writes to exorcists meeting in Rome, a new church is built in Cuba for the first time in over half a century and CNS goes to El Salvador.
Today on Perspectives, Pope Francis addresses the Schoenstatt Movement saying that Marriage never been attacked so much as now and we also bring you his weekly Angelus address.
Today on Perspectives, the Archbishop of Ottawa, His Grace Archbishop Terrence Prendergast addresses the tragedy in our nation’s capital, Pope Francis speaks to penal association, Pope Emeritus Benedict writes a document and a look at concert coming up in Toronto.
Today on Perspectives, tragedy strikes Canada’s capital of Ottawa, Pope Francis holds his weekly general audience and the feast of St. John Paul II.
Today on Perspectives, the Holy See Press Office announces that Pope Francis will be travelling to Turkey and Catholic News Service looks at the ISIS crisis and the application of the just war theory.
Today on Perspectives, Pope Francis beatifies Paul VI, the closing of the Extraordinary Synod of Bishops on the family, a look at the various documents and speeches coming out of the meetings, we talk to a number of bishops after the Synod and a Consistory is held to name two new saints as well as look at the problems in the Middle East.
Today on Perspectives, a look back at Pope Francis’ weekly general audience, our Salt + Light team talks to pilgrims ahead of the upcoming Synod of Bishops and 43 seminarians are ordained to the diaconate at St. Peter’s Basilica.
Today on Perspectives, the Vatican’s Secretary of State addresses the 69th General Assembly of the United Nations in New York City and the Church in Hong Kong responds to the pro-democracy protests sweeping through the city.