Cardinal Sarah: To oppose the pope is to be outside the church

Guinean Cardinal Robert Sarah, prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Sacraments, said the people who portray him as an opponent of Pope Francis are being used by the devil to help divide the church.

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Beware of those who want God to live up to their standards, pope says

Too many Christians today are "as long as" Christians, obeying God "as long as" God and the church meet their conditions and criteria for what is acceptable, just and righteous, Pope Francis said.

Being elected pope doesn't wash away one's sins, pope says

While his responsibilities are greater and his prayer list longer, Pope Francis said he's basically the same person he was before he was elected in 2013, so he still goes to confession every two weeks.

Pope, patriarch discuss canon law's relationship to ecumenism

The search for Christian unity must involve all aspects of the churches' lives, including their different church laws, Pope Francis said.

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