READ NOW - Full transcript of Pope Francis' nuclear war in-flight message - Catholic Online

'The Holy See has moved. I will not say how or where, but we have moved.' In his conversation with journalists on the way back from Egypt, Pope Francis touched on an array of topics, including North Korea, populism and a possible visit from President ...

Pope Francis and Tawadros II release a SHOCKING joint statement - Catholic Online

During his two-day trip to Egypt, Pope Francis met with Coptic Orthodox Patriarch Tawadros II, telling him their Churches are bonded by the blood of their martyrs, and are called to further cement this bond with acts of charity.

Pope Francis talks nuclear war - 'Things are already hot' - Catholic Online

During a press conference Saturday aboard the papal plane from Egypt to Rome, Pope Francis said that in the face of conflict and the possibility of nuclear war, United Nations leaders need to provide a strong leadership, focusing on diplomacy and ...

Pope calls for N.Korea negotiations - AppsforPCdaily

Pope Francis has said a third country should mediate the dispute between North Korea and the United States, which he said had become "too hot", risking a war in which "a good part of humanity" would be destroyed. Many said Francis embodied the motto of ...

Pope rejects fanaticism, urges charity - Tempo

Pope Francis rejected fanaticism and appealed for charity on Saturday as he addressed thousands of faithful during a visit to Egypt to promote reconciliation with Muslims and support its embattled Christians. Pope Francis (AP Photo/Alessandra Tarantino).

Pope Francis Warns, 'Future Of Humanity' Is At Risk, North Korea Tensions Must Cease To Avert World War 3 - The Inquisitr

Pope Francis has warned that “a good part of humanity” will be destroyed if tensions with North Korea escalate, according to CBS News. Francis says he would also urge the UN to use diplomacy and negotiation “because it's the future of humanity.”.

Pope urges 'negotiated solutions' to Venezuela unrest - Guardian (blog)

Pope Francis on Sunday made a heartfelt appeal for "negotiated solutions" to end the violence in crisis-torn Venezuela for the sake of an "exhausted population". "Dramatic news on the worsening of the situation in Venezuela keeps coming in with ...