"If this man was able to create children like this, it’s true that he is a good man," the pope said of a crying boy who asked if his dad, who was an atheist, was in heaven.
Pope Francis warned "the unguarded tongue, set on fire by hell, sets all things ablaze" in an attack on fake Internet news.
Call it fake news, or maybe just wishful thinking.
For those who do not seek God’s forgiveness, Pope Francis says, “There is no hell, there is the disappearance of sinful souls.”
Rights advocates fear the First Amendment Defense Act will be used to discriminate against same-sex couples, single parents and unmarried couples.
The Vatican gave unprecedented access to the award-winning director.
May McAleese said: “We don’t want to be what the Pope describes as ‘the strawberry on the cake.'"
Romero developed enemies in El Salvador's right-wing government for his outspoken opposition to violence and widespread popularity. He was shot dead by a sniper in 1980.
The pope said that without proof, claims against Bishop Juan Barros were slanderous.
The pontiff was singled out by vandals who firebombed churches in the capital Santiago.
Pope Francis spoke out about a number of Trump's foreign policy decisions.
The pontiff blew out one birthday candle from a 13-foot-long pizza on Sunday morning.
"There is an urgent need for news communicated with serenity, precision, and completeness."
The pontiff and the president do not see eye to eye on a number of issues.
The luxury car will be auctioned to help Iraqi Christians devastated by jihadi group.
Workers at St. Peter’s will no longer enjoy papal pulls of tobacco from next year.
"The priest says 'lift up your hearts.' He does not say, 'lift up your cell phones to take pictures.'"