The city is filled with Catholic institutions, from hospitals to schools and universities.
Joseph Cheng left Hong Kong after being “severely attacked by the pro-Beijing mass media.”
Archbishop Peter Comensoli said that “for some, it will be not an easy moment.”
Churches have been burnt, people beheaded, and girls kidnapped.
Cardinal Bechara Boutros Rai said politicians had failed in their “most basic duties.”
Bishop Daniel Mueggenborg has served as an auxiliary in Seattle archdiocese since 2017.
The former head of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith has critiqued Pope Francis’ recent restrictions on extraordinary form Masses as “harsh” compared to his modest response to the “massive attacks on the unity of the Church” posed by the Synodal Way in Germany.
The motu proprio Traditionis custodes is provoking strong reactions.
Visitors can still pray at the closed tomb in Assisi, Italy.
At least 72 people have died amid rioting.
The 2020 Summer Olympics begins on July 23.
A Vatican spokesman said ongoing treatment would allow him to “return to the Vatican as soon as possible.”
In his first appearance after having intestinal surgery, Pope Francis prayed the Angelus from the balcony of the hospital where he has spent a week recovering.
During his hospitalization, Pope Francis has exchanged affectionate messages with the young patients in the nearby pediatric oncology and children’s neurosurgery wards, according to the Vatican.
An NGO has documented the harsh living conditions.
Cardinal Giuseppe Versaldi traveled to the UAE to present the award.
President Jovenel Moïse was assassinated at his home on July 7.
The Vatican said the pope was able to eat and move “unassisted.”
The priest was killed at Mass on July 26, 2016.