In an empty St. Peter's Square, Pope Francis presided over the historic 'Via Crucis" with help from groups of health care workers and prisoners.
The preacher of the papal household said on April 10, Good Friday, that "Christ's cross changed the meaning of pain and human suffering, in that both are no longer viewed as divine punishment or a curse."
“Today, I wish to be close to priests, to all priests, from the most recently ordained to the pope,” Pope Francis said. “Today, dear brother priests, you are all with me at the altar.”
Chinese Catholics have donated significant medical supplies to the Vatican to assist in the fight against Covid-19.
Podcast: Will the Vatican continue its investigation into Cardinal Pell now that his conviction has been overturned?
On this episode of “Inside the Vatican,” Colleen Dulle and Gerard O'Connell discuss whether the Vatican's canonical investigation into Cardinal George Pell should continue.