Today on Perspectives, Pope Francis and Cardinal Parolin react to the United States and Cuba re-establishing the diplomatic relations and a look ahead at Salt + Light’s Christmas schedule.
Today on Perspectives, the Vatican plays a pivotal role in helping to re-establish diplomatic relations between the United States and Cuba, and we look at Pope Francis’ weekly general audience.
Today on Perspectives, the Vatican releases the Final Report on the Apostolic Visitation of Institutes of Women Religious in the United States.
Today on Perspectives, Pope Francis’ weekly Angelus Address, Sunday mass at a Roman parish, US Secretary of State John Kerry visits the Vatican and Catholic News Service looks at Haiti five years after the earthquake that devastated the country.
Today on Perspectives, the Holy See Press Office announces that Pope Francis will name new Cardinals, bishops in the US condemn CIA torture practices and a look ahead at what’s coming up on Salt + Light.
Today on Perspectives, Pope Francis’ weekly general audience, his message for the 2015 World Day of Peace and the CCCB’s Christmas message.
Today on Perspectives, Pope Francis celebrates the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception in Rome, the Holy See speaks out against nuclear weapons, Pope sends a special message to Iraqis and the CCCB releases a new document.
Today on Perspectives, Cardinal George Pell reveals that hundreds of millions of euros have been found at the Vatican and CNS looks at an art exhibit on Mary in Washington, DC.
Today on Perspectives, we take a look at Pope Francis’ visit to Turkey.
Today on Perspectives, Pope Francis speaks about outreach to people living in urban centres, CNS talks to Evangelical Pastor Rick Warren about where Catholics and Protestants can work together and a look ahead at our broadcast schedule for the Holy Father’s Apostolic Journey to Turkey.