Pope Says Schools Shouldn't Teach Children That Gender Is ChosenPope Francis has denounced the teaching of gender identity to young children in schools, calling it terrible.
Pope Francis Creates Commission To Study Female DeaconsPope Francis has created a commission to study the historical role of female deacons in the Catholic Church.
Catholic League Attempts To Clarify Pope's Call For Apology To Gays And LesbiansBill Donohue of the Catholic League attempted to clarify statements made by Pope Francis calling for an apology to gays and lesbians.
Pope Says Christians Should Apologize To Gay PeopleThe comments came during a news conference aboard the papal plane.
Philadelphia Baby, With Rare Brain Tumor & Kissed By Pope, Continues To Make ProgressA Philadelphia family is taking in a special surprise from Pope Francis himself, almost a year after he changed their lives with a simple kiss on the head.
Pope Francis Appoints Local Priest To New High-Profile PositionPope Francis has elevated a veteran priest from the Philadelphia Archdiocese to a new, high-profile role.
Phila. Archdiocese Putting Together A Pilgrimage To Rome To Mark The Year Of MercyFather Dennis Gill says the archdiocese is organizing the trip for early September.
Pope Francis Open To Expanding Women's Role In The ChurchPope Francis appears to be opening a door to a greater role for women in the Catholic Church, agreeing to study re-constituting a clerical office held by both men and women in the early Church.
Pope Says Church Should Study Ordaining Women As DeaconsPope Francis said the Vatican should study the possibility of ordaining women as deacons.
Pope Visits Greek Island Of Lesbos, Takes 3 Families Back To VaticanPope Francis traveled to the Greek island of Lesbos on Saturday to meet with migrants and refugees fleeing war and violence in the Middle East and North Africa -- and took 12 of them back to the Vatican aboard the papal plane, the Holy See Press Office said.
How The Pope’s New Perspective Could Change The ChurchSt. Joseph's University theology professor William Madges says some may not have expected the breadth of topics the Pope covered.
Pope To Church: Be More Accepting Of Gays, Lesbians, Divorced CatholicsHe urged priests around the world to be more accepting of gay men and lesbians.

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