Pope Francis' affection for beauty vloggers and author Lindy West's memoir are among the five things we loved this week.
Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests skeptical of Pope Francis' decree.
The pope hinted he is a fan of beauty and fashion vlogs which impart advice to young fans.
Duterte referred to the pope as the "son of a whore" before being elected as the Philippines' new president.
"Duterte Harry" has vowed to kill thousands of criminals and feed them to the fishes.
Italian public shocked at the horrifying details of a girl's death in 2014.
Vatican evaluated refugee families who arrived in Greece before EU-Turkey deal to return arrivals.
It's a sign of just how far the Vatican has come on economic issues.
Tom Uzhunnalil was kidnapped from a retirement home in Aden, reportedly by militants.
A document published by the Vatican urges tolerance and understanding.
But he restated there are "absolutely no grounds" to equate gay unions to heterosexual marriage.
The paper will affect the lives of 1.3 billion Catholics.
In Easter message, pontiff mentions recent attacks in Brussels, Turkey, Nigeria, Chad, Cameroon, Ivory Coast and Iraq.
Pope Francis says arms manufacturers deserve blame for Brussels attacks.
Even most of the world's atheists think Francis is pretty cool.
Cardinal George Pell admitted he should have acted when told about child abuse.
Cardinal George Pell gave evidence to an Australian inquiry into child sex abuse claims.
The commandment "You shall not kill" is equally valid for the guilty as for the innocent, the pope says.
The pope's comments were an affirmation of his belief that migrants should be helped rather than shut off, Lombardi said.
Pope Francis added that he still considers abortion a crime.
While Kasich and Bush offered conciliatory rhetoric, Trump doubled down.