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The cardinals at the Synod on Synodality: A prelude for the...

The cardinals attending the gathering are tasked with getting acquainted, conversing, meeting privately, and understanding one another

Pope Francis creates 21 new cardinals, expanding body’s geographic diversity

In total, 16 percent of all cardinal electors are now from Asia, compared to 9 percent before Francis’s pontificate

Catholic Church is ‘getting richer’, says Cardinal-elect Chow Sau-yan

Bishop Chow Sau-yan recognized the important role of the Catholic Church in Hong Kong as a "bridging church"

ANALYSIS: How to interpret Pope Francis’ choice of new cardinals

This consistory will be more part of Pope Francis’ legacy than any of the other nine consistories the pope has held during his pontificate

Pope Francis names new cardinals, including two Asian prelates

Ahead of the upcoming consistory, there are currently 121 cardinal electors, 81 (67%) of whom have been appointed by Pope Francis

Analysis: Here’s how Pope Francis could influence the choice of his...

By the end of the year, Pope Francis could have a college of cardinals modeled on his preferences and a Curia entirely in his likeness

Catholics in Singapore celebrate archbishop’s elevation as country’s first cardinal

More than 3,500 people gathered for a thanksgiving event, which was attended by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, on September 8

Behind the scenes and between the lines: Cardinals debate laity, power,...

It is not about a cult of secrecy but a desire to ensure a certain level of freedom of expression

Pope Francis tells cardinals: ‘We are jointly responsible for the Church’

In his homily, the pope decried a “cancer of spiritual worldliness”

What was discussed behind closed doors meeting of cardinals?

197 cardinals have followed the call. But what are they discussing, behind closed doors, on Monday and Tuesday? 

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