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Prayers for the Holy Father’s recovery

An update to our previous post: Matteo Bruni, Vatican spokesperson, indicated that Pope Francis is in “good general condition, alert and breathing spontaneously” after a successful surgery and is expected remain in the hospital for several days for recovery and...

Prayers for the Holy Father’s recovery

WPI Heard Around the Web

We are excited to share several new media appearances by Where Peter Is contributors and Managing Editor Mike Lewis. First, check out Where Peter Is Live! on our YouTube page. It’s our recently launched livestream airing on Thursday evenings and...

WPI Heard Around the Web

Pope Francis: The Council is the Magisterium of the Church

Pope Francis spoke to members of Italy’s National Catechetical Office today, and offered some words of encouragement and gratitude to catechists, who do such an important job of forming us in the faith. Earlier this evening, I took part in...

Pope Francis: The Council is the Magisterium of the Church

Fratelli Tutti – Live Presentation

UPDATE: Here’s the video. Tonight at 6:30pm (EST) I’m giving a presentation on Pope Francis’s new encyclical, Fratelli Tutti.  St. Thomas Aquinas parish in East Lansing, Michigan invited me to give an hour-long presentation (followed by a brief Q&A). You...

Fratelli Tutti – Live Presentation

How to watch the “Francesco” documentary, Oct 25-31

UPDATE 11/1/2020 Although the window for viewing Francesco through the Savannah film festival has passed, we are still receiving messages from people who want to see the film. We’re not entirely certain about the details of other streaming opportunities, and I...

How to watch the “Francesco” documentary, Oct 25-31

What We Can Learn from Chronically Ill Leaders

Last Friday Shinzo Abe, Prime Minister of Japan, announced that he is resigning due to a flare-up of chronic illness. Abe, a hawkish nationalist and close international ally of US President Donald Trump, is Japan’s longest-serving Prime Minister. He had...

What We Can Learn from Chronically Ill Leaders