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Pope Francis Ducks Showdown with Conservative Cardinals

(AFP) – Pope Francis has said he is not losing any sleep over a challenge from a group of conservative cardinals who have accused the Argentine of contradicting Church teaching. The comments published Friday in the Avvenire, the newspaper of

Pope Francis talks with journalists aboard a plane during the flight back from Malmo to Rome, on November 1, 2016, after a two-days visit in Sweden. / AFP / POOL / ETTORE FERRARI (Photo credit should read ETTORE FERRARI/AFP/Getty Images)

Pope Francis: ‘Persecution Is the Christian’s Daily Bread’

From the earliest centuries to our own time, martyrdom is always present in the Christian Church, Pope Francis said Tuesday, in recalling the scores of Pakistani Christians slaughtered in the Easter Day massacre just two weeks ago and the many who suffer for religious liberty under unjust laws.

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Pope Francis Shatters Reformers’ Dreams with ‘Modern Family’ Document

Pope Francis released his long-awaited letter on marriage and families Friday, and despite predictions of radical changes in Church teaching, Francis hewed to the line of his predecessors regarding traditional Catholic doctrine on marriage and family life. In March, progressive

Pope Francis greets a boy as he attends a meeting with engaged couples from all over the world gathered today, on the feast of St. Valentine, in St. Peter's Square February 14, 2014 in Vatican City, Vatican.