Today on Perspectives, Pope Francis celebrates Palm Sunday in Vatican City, CNS goes to Jerusalem to see Palm Sunday celebrations and a pair of Cardinals are admitted to palliative care.
Today on Perspectives, the Archbishop of Montreal welcomes the Supreme Court decision protecting the liberties of Loyola Catholic High School, CCCB President’s message for Holy Week and Easter, Pope Francis to visit the White House and CNS travels to the historic burial of Richard III.
Today on Perspectives, Pope Francis travels to the Campania region of Italy and his weekly Angelus Address.
Today on Perspectives, Pope Francis’ weekly General Audience, the Vatican makes major financial contributions in the fight against Ebola, Francis brings the parents of St. Therese of Lesieux one step closer to sainthood and the head of the Melkite Catholic Church speaks out against military intervention in Syria.
Today on Perspectives Daily, a Montreal Catholic high school wins religious liberty case against the government of Quebec the United Nations confirms the date of Pope Francis’ visit, and the Holy Father condemns attacks in Tunis.
Today on Perspectives, the Archdiocese of Quebec announces the re-opening of the Holy Door in the Cathedral of Notre-Dame de Quebec and Catholic News Service looks at the myths and the facts surrounding St. Patrick.
Today on Perspectives, Pope Francis addresses a meeting of priests on the topic of confession and Catholic News Service looks at a German cemetery in Vatican City and the extraordinary story of a man recently buried there.
Today on Perspectives, the bishops of Ireland condemn attempts to introduce gay marriage, Catholic News Service explores the miracles attributed to a Marian Shrine in Ireland and a statue of Archbishop Romero is vandalized.
Today on Perspectives, the Holy See takes a strong stand against the use of the death penalty and we have an exclusive interview with Cardinal Tagle of Manila.
Today on Perspectives, Pope Francis’ weekly General Audience and Catholic News Service takes a look at the Church in Morocco.