Pope OKs Martyrdom Decree For U.S. Priest Killed In GuatemalaPope Francis has put an American priest killed during Guatemala's civil war on the path to possible sainthood by declaring him a martyr.
Pope Praises Latinos, Immigrants In Remarks To U.S. ChurchPope Francis praised Latino contributions to the country in a message to U.S. Roman Catholic bishops, a week after Donald Trump was elected president and on the day the prelates put a Mexican-born archbishop in line to be their leader.
Former Head Of The Dallas Catholic Diocese Named CardinalHe was shocked when he learned of his selection with the rest of the world while watching Pope Francis' Angelus webcast early Sunday.
Pope Francis Taps Dallas Native To Lead Lubbock DiocesePope Francis has named Reverend Monsignor Robert Coerver of St. Rita Catholic Church in Dallas as the new Bishop of Lubbock.
Pope Taps Dallas Bishop To Head New Vatican Office For FamiliesPope Francis has named an American, Dallas Bishop Kevin Farrell, to head the new Vatican office for families and laity.
Pope Francis Makes His Debut On InstagramPope Francis is expanding his presence on social media with an Instagram account.
Vatican: Mother Teresa To Be Made A Saint In SeptemberPope Francis set the canonization date Tuesday, paving the way for the nun who cared for the poorest of the poor to become the centerpiece of his yearlong focus on the Catholic Church's merciful side.
Pope Suggests Donald Trump Isn't A ChristianAsked about Donald Trump's views on immigration, Pope Francis says anyone who wants to build a wall along the U.S.-Mexican border isn't Christian.
Pope Francis Urges Governments To "Open Hearts" To MigrantsPope Francis stopped short of calling for the U.S. to open its borders during a Mass celebrated just yards from Texas.
Pope Concludes Mexico Trip With Visits To Prison, US BorderPope Francis wraps up his trip to Mexico on Wednesday with some of his most anticipated events: a visit in a Ciudad Juarez prison just days after a riot in another lockup killed 49 inmates and a stop at the Texas border.
Fort Worth Couple To Attend Papal Mass In Juarez"We left Fort Worth at 1:30 p.m. and then at 4:30 p.m. we received the text that we had gotten tickets," says Josie Castillo.
Final Preparations Made For Pope Francis' Visit To JuarezThe papal mass will be held about 50 yards from the Texas border.