At a Mass at the Angelicum in Rome, the Cardinal Robert Sarah spoke about the danger of division in the Church and the importance of prayer.
The pope dedicated his entire catechesis to sharing the life of Venerable Matteo Ricci, a 16th-century Jesuit missionary in China.
The son of a Brahman Hindu priest became a Catholic through young Carlo Acutis’ joyful witness to the Eucharist and his love for the poor.
Pope Francis welcomed pediatric cancer patients from Poland to the Vatican on Monday.
The Vatican announced on May 30 that Bishop George Leo Thomas will be the first metropolitan archbishop of Las Vegas.
From Michelangelo’s Pieta to a 12th-century painting, St. Peter’s Basilica contains priceless sacred art depicting the Blessed Virgin Mary.
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From the Philippines to Portugal, Marian shrines around the world will participate in a special day of prayer this Wednesday for the work of the synod.
“Let us put the Holy Spirit back at the center of the Church; otherwise, our hearts will not be consumed by love for Jesus but by love for ourselves.”
Five years after Irish voters rejected the constitutional amendment that protected “the right to life of the unborn,” more than 28,800 abortions have occurred.
With degrees in both civil and canon law, Fitzgerald served as the judicial vicar and the founding director of the Office for Legal Services for the archdiocese.
St. Peter’s Square was illuminated by candlelight Saturday night as pilgrims prayed the rosary in a procession in honor of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
Brazil’s “Surfer Angel” was a seminarian, a doctor, and a surfer who drowned while surfing in 2009 off the coast of Rio de Janeiro at age 34.
The Lisbon trip will mark the 86-year-old pope’s fourth World Youth Day after taking part in the international Catholic gatherings in Panama, Poland, and Brazil.
In Hiroshima, G7 leaders issued their first-ever statement on nuclear disarmament, with a special focus on Russia.
The pope also prayed for peace in Sudan, where fighting between the country’s military and a coalition of paramilitary forces has killed hundreds.
An unidentified man is in custody after driving a car at high speed through a gate at the Vatican Thursday, the Holy See press office said.
Thousands have been evacuated from the worst-hit areas, which include Ravenna, a city famous for its churches’ sixth-century Byzantine mosaics.
After the pope greeted English-speaking pilgrims at his public audience on May 17, one of his assistants walked over to him and handed him a cellphone.
The pope dedicated his entire general audience to sharing the story of the daring 16th-century saint who risked his life to travel to the “unknown ends of the world.”