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Representatives of the Legionaries of Christ, meeting to reform their troubled congregation nearly four years after it was effectively taken over by the Vatican, announced a new slate of leaders and formally apologized to victims of their disgraced founder.
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Catholic universities must give "uncompromising" and "unambiguous" witness to Church teaching and make every effort to protect their Catholic identity, Pope Francis said.
Dancers from Sri Lanka perform after a Mass for Sri Lankan pilgrims in St. Peter's Basilica at the Vatican Feb. 8.
A large drawing of Pope Francis depicting him as a superhero.
Pope Francis looks at a life-sized replica of himself made entirely out of chocolate.
The Spirit of Vatican II is alive and well at the 10:30 Sunday Mass at St. Joseph's Basilica. The changes in the liturgy not only more clearly follow the wishes of the council fathers, but also the instructions in the missal of Pope Paul VI.
Volunteers in parishes across the diocese have been asked to sign a "Covenant of Care" agreement with the Edmonton Archdiocese. It is part of a broader plan named Called to Protect the archdiocese purchased through the corporation Praesidium.
No account of the Second Vatican Council would be complete without a reflection on "the black week" – the week of Nov. 16, 1964 in which four papal interventions stunned the majority of council fathers, creating an emotional rift between them and Pope Paul VI.