"On March 9, Pope Francis met with President Russell M. Nelson . . . marking the first meeting between the Catholic head and the leader of the LDS Church. The visit occurred a day before President Nelson dedicated the first temple of the Latter-day Saints in Rome." - WRN
"The Italian Episcopal Conference [CEI] has submitted the proposed change to the Vatican for approval, changing the line 'lead us not into temptation' to 'abandon us not when in temptation,' reported the Italian newswire service Ansa and the [U.K.] Express." - Washington Times
Satan is working to uncover the sins of bishops so that they will be visible and a cause of scandal, Pope Francis said during his homily at Mass on Tuesday. “This is good to remember, in these times in which it seems that the Great Accuser has been unchained and is attacking bishops. True, we are all sinners, we bishops. He tries to uncover the sins, so they are visible, in order to scandalize the people.
A former papal ambassador to the U.S. has claimed that Pope Francis knew as early as 2013 about charges that the former archbishop of Washington, ex-Cardinal Theodore McCarrick, had been sexually active with seminarians and priests and that Pope Benedict XVI had privately disciplined him over the charges.
"It's a shift for the church, which used to consider the death penalty a "means of safeguarding the common good" in response to 'certain crimes.'" - Church Now Formally Opposes Death Penalty In All Cases