Because Martin Luther is totally basic.
Let’s just hope he doesn’t read his replies. NSFW language ahead.
Some are calling the meeting a publicity stunt, which the Vatican strongly denies.
In a recent interview with a Spanish newspaper, Pope Francis said that he cannot “tell the people I love them inside a sardine can.”
All the burning questions the Pope didn’t ask for.
Church lingo at its best.
Pope Francis makes unscheduled stop at separation barrier, while speaking directly of Palestinian state.
A mass co-celebrated by Pope Francis and his predecessor Benedict was watched by roughly 1 million pilgrims.
After greeting a group of schoolchildren, the pope invited two of the students to join him for a ride around St. Peter’s Square.
Immigration, religious freedom exemptions, Syria, and Ukraine were discussed. “I’m a great admirer,” Obama says.
Pope Francis took some time out from his general audience on Wednesday to work on his selfie game.
You may now kidnap and strip the bride!
Mindblowing parallels. A comic by Ryan North.
Its a bird… It’s a plane… It’s SUPERPOPE. Or, it was.
“We must be careful not to administer a vaccine against faith.”
Highlights from the new leader of the Catholic Church’s remarkable year.
The pope wants to meet the man who stabbed a Catholic nun 54 times in India after watching a documentary on the man’s incredibly moving spiritual journey since the murder.
A couple months after saying he’s “hugely impressed” by Pope Francis, Obama gives the pontiff a shout-out in an economic address.
As a young student in Buenos Aires, the future pope worked in a bar to support himself.
Weeks after the pope kissed and prayed with a man suffering from neorofibromatosis, he once again took time to bless a man with severe facial deformities.
Prescribing prayer, that is.
Pope Francis blessed a man with facial deformities during today’s general audience at the Vatican.
Plus a burger made with the body and blood of Christ, the question of realism in the new sci-fi film “Gravity,” and a coloring book based on Salt-n-Pepa.
Pope Francis made headlines today by saying he disagreed with the Catholic Church’s past focus on social issues such as abortion and gay marriage. Here are the most illuminating quotes from the pope’s interview in America: The National Catholic Review.
Pope Francis, in the midst of the ongoing debate over an intervention in Syria, spent the last two days on Twitter decrying war and hoping for peace.
Everything you need to know about taking the holiest of selfies.
Yes, the Vatican is offering indulgences to those who follow Pope Francis on Twitter during World Youth Day, but that’s just one small part of their social media campaign.
When the Pope added Latin to the many languages he Tweets in, they expected it to attract a small number of nerdy followers. But it blew up, and in the process, taught everyone why Latin is actually the best language for social media.