Category Archives: Jubilee of Mercy

Pope Francis unleashes a year-long ‘revolution of tenderness’

[Austen Ivereigh] With five pushes at the heavy Holy Door of St Peter’s Basilica, Pope Francis yesterday inaugurated a year-long drive to rediscover God’s mercy as the Church’s primary offer to humanity, which is key to his strategy for making the … Continue reading

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What you need to know about the Jubilee of Mercy

Wait, what’s with the new format? Isn’t this a departure for CV Comment?  There’s a fair amount to say, and this format makes it more accessible. Call it being merciful. Must you? The basics, please.   This morning, during the Feast … Continue reading

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