Archbishop Chrysostomos II died on Monday at age 81. Who will be able to collect the legacy of the head of the Orthodox Church of Cyprus?
The head of the Italian bishops’ conference, Cardinal Matteo Zuppi, presided over Vespers on Friday for an annual Traditional Latin Mass pilgrimage to Rome.
Two aspects are key to understanding the Vatican’s diplomatic approach.
Monsignor Alberto Perlasca will testify at the Vatican tribunal on Nov. 23, 24, and 25 in what is expected to be a crucial moment of the trial.
The 60th anniversary of the opening of the Second Vatican Council is not the only notable anniversary currently being celebrated by the Church.
Figures published on the occasion of this year’s World Mission Sunday — this year celebrated on Oct. 23 — are a powerful witness to the strength of the Church’s missionary work.
The prime minister of Montenegro proposed that an eventual meeting between Pope Francis and the Russian Orthodox Patriarch Kirill could take place in his nation.
Few remember today, 60 years after Vatican II, that one of the outcomes of that monumental event was the Council of European Bishops’ Conferences.
The former grand chancellor of the Order of Malta has written a letter to members calling for unity while also expressing concern over the new constitution promulgated by Pope Francis.
The hearings at the Vatican’s corruption trial resumed last week and shed light on new aspects of the “trial of the century” and the broader context of Vatican finances.
In short, the reality of Meloni’s politics is much more nuanced than it may seem at first glance.
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.