Pope Francis declared the community’s co-founder “venerable” in 2017.
Only fully vaccinated people will be permitted to attend papal events.
Sr. Alessandra Smerilli, 46, was appointed ‘ad interim.’
Pope Francis is sending assistance to the victims of the Haiti earthquake as the death toll from the natural disaster continues to rise.
Pope Francis encouraged Catholics to not water down the teaching that the Eucharist is Jesus’ Body and Blood.
Pope Francis said St. Andrew Kim Taegon spread the faith “in difficult times, marked by persecution and suffering” for the Korean people.
Cardinal Burke's condition is improving, according to the latest update on his battle with COVID-19.
The Vatican has imposed penalties on another Catholic bishop in Poland for mishandling abuse cases.
Campaigners in Italy have passed the first hurdle in an effort to legalize assisted suicide and euthanasia.
Sr. Mary Daniel Abud and Sr. Regina Roba were killed by armed gunmen along a highway in South Sudan on Aug. 16.
Pray so that "the poor and tortured Afghan people will soon be able to have a future of peace."
"The instability of the situation will lead to the suspension of all activities," Caritas Italiana said Sunday.
The Philippines bishops announced they will hold an online Eucharistic congress in solidarity with the International Eucharistic Congress in Budapest next month.
A Pakistani Christian couple are "relieved to finally be free" after more than seven years on death row for false blasphemy charges.
Archbishop George Lucas' previous diocese denies an orgy took place and stands by the findings of its internal investigation, which deemed the orgy allegation to have “no merit,” according to its final report released in 2006.
Pope Francis made an unknown phone call at the end of his weekly general audience on Wednesday.
Pope Francis said he learned of the murder of the priest in western France “with great sorrow.”
The Spanish cardinal managed the administration of the Holy See as camerlengo between the death of St. Pope John Paul II and the election of Pope Benedict XVI in 2005.
Cardinal Zen said he suspects the ideas behind Traditionis custodes may not have originated with Pope Francis but with “the people around him, especially [in] the Secretariat of State.”