Today on Perspectives, Pope Francis’ weekly general audience, a Canadian Jesuit appointed head of a Pontifical institute and the Holy See removes itself from a Palestinian UN resolution.
Today on Perspectives, Pope Francis calls for peace in Ukraine during his Angelus Address, the family of Asia Bibi fights to see her in prison and Catholic News Service takes us to a community that will be visited by Pope Francis in Washington, DC.
Today on Perspectives, Pope Francis’ weekly general audience, 22 Assyrian Christian hostages freed, Ghanian Catholic march for life and a look at coming events this weekend.
Today on Perspectives, Pope Francis’ weekly Angelus Address, a new of prayer is announced and we look back at Steubenville Toronto 2015.
Today on Perspectives, Carl Hetu, the Canadian Director of the Catholic Near East Welfare Association joins us in studio.
Today on Perspectives, a landmark Catholic archeological discovery is made at the site of the Jamestown settlement, a group of US Senators plan to defund Planned Parenthood, growing humanitarian crisis in Ukraine and a look ahead to the 133rd Supreme Convention of the Knights of Columbus.
Today on Perspectives, Pope Francis calls for the release of captive clergy in Syria and opens registration for World Youth Day, the longest serving US Cardinal dies, the Church ends its presence in Antarctica and the Archdiocese of Washington launches the Walk with Francis Challenge.
Today on Perspectives, Pope Francis meets with mayors from around the globe to discuss climate change and human trafficking, the Archdiocese of Los Angeles gets three new auxiliary bishops and a positive development for Asia Bibi.
Today on Perspectives, the Little Sisters of the Poor lose in Appeals Court to the Federal Government, the Holy See optimistic about Iranian nuclear deal, Pope-Emeritus Benedict XVI returns to the Vatican, Archbishop Fisher of Sydney defends marriage.
Today on Perspectives, Pope Francis concludes his visit to South America.