The appointment of a new archbishop of Paris seems imminent, and the French daily Le Figaro points to the archbishop of Lille Laurent Ulrich as a possible candidate, indeed almost a certainty, for the succession. The archbishop’s profile seems perfect, considering the times: attentive to the migrant emergency and very concerned about the [...]
For the first time since the beginning of the pandemic, Pope Francis has presided over the Via Crucis on Good Friday at the Colosseum and not in the courtyard in front of St. Peter’s Basilica. But the first Good Friday after the pandemic was a Good Friday marked by the return of war in [...]
Returning from Malta, Pope Francis stressed that the diplomacy of the Holy See is doing a great deal for Ukraine and that many things are invisible because “one cannot say everything.” And it is true. Beyond the enormous humanitarian effort always deployed by the Church on the territory, there is a continuous, underground diplomatic [...]
The last hearing of the trial on the management of the funds of the Secretariat of State brought back a crucial question: how much did the Pope know about the investment of the Secretariat of State, and to what extent was he involved in the operations?
The trial focuses on the Secretariat of State’s [...]