Pope Francis

Oscar Romero, Martyr for Salvadoran Revolution, Canonized by Pope Francis

Oscar Romero, Martyr for Salvadoran Revolution, Canonized by Pope Francis

October 17, 2018

The Embattled Pope wore Archbishop Romero’s blood soaked rope belt as he announced his canonization. Father Roy Bourgeois brings the reality into context

Koch Brothers-Backed Conservative Archbishop Attacks Pope and “Homosexuals in the Church”

August 31, 2018

On the heels of the sexual abuse disclosures conservative Archbishop accuses Pope of hiding sexual abuse and attacks “homosexual underground” in the Church. He is backed by the Koch brothers and other right wing Catholics

Pope Francis to Big Oil Executives: ‘There is no time to lose’

June 12, 2018

Dan DiLeo, Justice and Peace Studies Director at Creighton University, discusses the Vatican’s climate change conference

Bolivians Protest US Attack On Syria

September 8, 2013

Regional bloc UNASUR opposes possible U.S. military strike Strike On Syria

Past is present in Latin America

August 5, 2013
Pope Francis impressed Brazilians with his modest lifestyle and sympathy for the poor, but he did not support the mass struggle for economic justice and instead echoed the right-wing focus on corruption in government

Bangladesh

May 1, 2013
Bill Black: In the name of competitiveness, the criminal conditions that led to the deaths and injuries of thousands of workers in Bangladesh, are being created around the world in a race to lower wages and working conditions

From London to New York to Cyprus, Fraud and Financial “Insanity”

March 21, 2013

Bill Black: Standard Chartered admits to fraud, no one fired or prosecuted; Cypriot people force government to give up on taxing smaller depositors