Questions of Faith: Popes, Cathedrals and Divine Mercy
(Vatican Radio) Why is the Lateran Basilica the Cathedral of Rome? What happens when Pope Francis takes ‘possession’ of it this Sunday? Why is the second Sunday of Easter dedicated to Divine Mercy? What are the observances for Divine Mercy Sunday? And why is it of particular importance to our Argentinian Holy Father?
These are just some of the questions sent in by listeners that our very own official from the Vatican’s Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, Msgr. John Kennedy , answers in this week’s episode of Questions of Faith, as he helps us to navigate the modern world and rediscover what we believe and why we believe. Listen:
So if you have any questions, big or small, why not ask the official? You can do this by submitting them to Vatican Radio’s – English Section Facebook page as a post or private message and tuning in each Tuesday to find out the answers to your Questions of Faith.