We continue today with more interviews coming from the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops Plenary Assembly in Cornwall, Ontario, this week. First, we look at the logic behind the much anticipated and controversial agreement between the Vatican and Chinese government.
Here are the stories that we bring you on today's episode of Perspectives Daily:
Vatican Secretary of State, Cardinal Parolin, gives context to the first official Vatican-Chinese agreement since China cut ties with the Holy See in 1951.
Yesterday, at the pope's general audience, the Holy Father announced that he has written an accompanying message to the agreement that was signed last week.
From the 2018 CCCB Plenary, Bishop of London, Bishop Ronald Fabbro, CSB, talks to us about how the CCCB helps him in his ministry.
Bishop Stephen Jensen, Bishop of Prince George, talks to us about the upcoming Synod of Bishops in Rome and his hopes and expectations.
In addition to those, here are some of the latest Catholic news stories from around the world making headlines today:
Holy See-China Agreement a sign of hope and peace. The Director of the Jesuit periodical “Civiltà Cattolica,” Father Antonio Spadaro, SJ, who is with the Pope on his journey to the Baltic Countries, speaks with Vatican News’ Alessandro De Carolis, about the Provisional Agreement on the appointment of Bishops, which was signed yesterday in Beijing.
Toronto cardinal exhorts priests to ‘become fire’. The Archbishop of Toronto delivered the keynote address at the 55th Annual National Conference of Diocesan Vocation Directors, which took place Sept. 17-21 in Scottsdale, Arizona. The theme of fire, in many forms, was integral to his talk.
That's it for today. Be sure to check in with us again tomorrow for more of the latest Catholic news and stories that you need to know.
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