SSPX leader says vaccination can be morally 'prudent'

While denouncing as an "abuse of power" coercive measures to promote vaccination against COVID-19, a leader of the traditionalist Society of St. Pius X said getting vaccinated "may sometimes be an eminently prudent act in the moral sense of the term."


Share God's love, don't just lament lack of faith, pope tells bishops

Bishops and others in the Catholic Church often lament the declining number of Christians, but rarely do they examine their own behavior and failure to show others how much God loves them, Pope Francis told the presidents of European bishops' conferences.


Central Europe trip was about honoring roots, moving forward, pope says

A living faith draws strength from remembering the past while continuing to grow in love of God and service to others, Pope Francis said.

Vatican to require vaccination proof or negative COVID-19 test

Visitors, tourists and employees who want to enter Vatican territory will be required beginning Oct. 1 to show proof of vaccination, recovery from the coronavirus or a negative COVID-19 test.