In a new letter, Benedict XVI praised the story of a woman who lived “the inner drama of being a Christian” and dedicated her life to the spiritual encounter with Christ.
Three intertwined stories set the stage for a possible papal trip to the Kingdom of Bahrain in November this year.
While a trial against Cardinal Joseph Zen is underway in China, the Holy See continues to work toward the renewal of the Sino-Vatican agreement.
The reform of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta is a reform in a more spiritual sense, at least in terms of its intentions.
The so-called “definitive movie” about Mother Teresa of Calcutta will be in theaters in October.
There were no press conferences, reports, or sensational announcements at the end of the extraordinary consistory convened by Pope Francis to discuss the reform of the Roman Curia.
Who will manage the Vatican when a pope resigns, is unable to govern, or passes away? And according to which rules and regulations?
Since 2015, Pope Francis has not called an extraordinary consistory like the one to be held on August 29-30.
Cardinal Becciu, who resigned from all positions and is involved in the Vatican’s historic corruption trial, will reportedly participate in the next consistory.
A note from the president of the Italian bishops' conference expresses closeness to the bishops of Nicaragua after the arrest of Bishop Alvarez.
The new round of promotions and demotions in the Vatican is the consequence of two decisions recently taken by Pope Francis.
Following a ruling by the British Court of Appeal, the Vatican’s Secretariat of State is set to face a trial about the purchase of the Sloane Avenue building in London — in a lawsuit brought by the businessman Raffaele Mincione.
The debate on the reform of the Order of Malta is entering a crucial phase on Wednesday: Two meetings are scheduled to help shape the future of the unique if troubled Catholic institution.
Do these new changes spell the end of sovereignty? And how might this affect the work of the order?
This “penitential pilgrimage” is dedicated to a real path of reconciliation with the Native American populations, and at the same time it is also an apostolic journey to a country with a rich and varied Catholic history.
The history of indigenous peoples in Canada speaks to the plight of Ukrainian immigrants, says this bishop in Edmonton.
The 37th Apostolic Journey of Pope Francis, which will take him to Canada from July 24-30, is a "penitential pilgrimage” that may also help to heal and reconcile another relationship.
The Church must do more for anyone affected by sexual abuse, “even when the Church can appear tarnished because of these scandals,” and no matter what the local conditions are, according the Father Andrew Small.
With speculation running rife whether Pope Francis could step down, it is worth analyzing what the pope has actually said abut the rules of resignation — and how this aligns with his wider reform project.
Was Peter's Pence used to finance investments like the now infamous London property deal?