Celebrating Mass with impoverished people in the splendor of St. Peter’s Basilica, Pope Francis denounces those who dismiss poverty as "not my business."
Ecuador is the first stop on the pontiff's highly anticipated weeklong South American trip, which includes visits to Bolivia and Paraguay.
Best-selling children's book writer Terry Deary claims the concept of providing the "impoverished access to books" is outdated and irrelevant; despite hopes that the next pope will be less homophobic than the last, the likely candidate supports "Kill the Gays" laws; meanwhile, PayPal and Lenovo aim to finish off passwords in order to move on to more secure measures. These discoveries and more after the jump.
While performing Mass on Thursday morning, Pope Benedict XVI inched toward acknowledging the need for the Vatican to show more contrition over the slew of clergy sexual abuse cases that have compromised the Catholic Church's public standing in recent months (continued).
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