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  • Was end of standoff with Vatican a win for U.S. nuns? More of a draw

    Was end of standoff with Vatican a win for U.S. nuns? More of a draw
    After years of vitriol and sour relations, the Vatican and U.S. nuns announced they had developed a collaborative relationship and had engaged in conversations “marked by a spirit of prayer, love for the church, mutual respect and cooperation.”
  • Pope Francis to stop in Cuba en route to U.S., Vatican announces

    Pope Francis to stop in Cuba en route to U.S., Vatican announces
    Pope Francis on Wednesday confirmed he will travel to Cuba before his trip to the United States in September. His spokesman, Father Federico Lombardi, announced at the Vatican that Francis had accepted the invitations of Cuban government officials and...

    Review: 'The Future of the Catholic Church With Pope Francis' by Garry Wills

    Review: 'The Future of the Catholic Church With Pope Francis' by Garry Wills
    "The Future of the Catholic Church With Pope Francis," Garry Wills' new book, isn't really about Pope Francis, though that surprising man from Argentina figures in the story, nor is it a book about the future of the Catholic Church. But once you get...

    Review: 'God's Bankers' by Gerald Posner

    Review: 'God's Bankers' by Gerald Posner
    Soon after coming into office, Pope Francis began reforming the church's secretive yet powerful institution, the Institute for the Works of Religion, also known as the Vatican Bank. He issued decrees speeding reviews and improving transparency. He created...

    Vatican watchdog's spending is slammed in magazine report

    Vatican watchdog's spending is slammed in magazine report
    The Australian cardinal handpicked by Pope Francis to cut outlays and shed light on the Vatican’s murky finances has been accused of spending about $560,000 in six months by flying business class and using large sums on salaries and office...