Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, whose spire and roof were destroyed by a 2019 fire, should be rebuilt within the five-year deadline set by the French government.
A signed document aims to raise global awareness of surrogacy, which the group considers to be a practice that violates human dignity.
The 184-member council was convened by President Emmanuel Macron to debate “end of life” issues.
In April 1962, a 23-year-old Italian soldier named Vittorio Micheli was diagnosed with a malignant tumor in his left hip.
The late Jean Vanier sexually abused at least 25 women, according to a new investigative report commissioned by L’Arche International.
In a statement issued Jan. 3, the Archdiocese of Paris said it was not “able to verify whether the facts in question were proven, nor if they constituted an offense.”
It is considered a world first: To date, no other bishops’ conference has implemented any national structure of this magnitude.
If officially approved by the Parliament at the end of the month, the bill would still need to be approved by the Senate.
The judges of the European Court of Human Rights ruled unanimously that the woman was exercising her “freedom of expression.”
The recent decision of a French Court of Appeal to confirm the removal of a statue of St. Michael the Archangel from a seaside town stirred strong reactions across the country.
The European Commission’s 2022 Rule of Law report has once again singled out Poland and Hungary, accusing both countries of not addressing “serious concerns,” including breaches in their judiciary and media systems. The report identified stark differences between the EU and the two countries.
‘My family grieved me as I was basically gone,’ Richard Johnson said during a pilgrimage to Lourdes.
More than 175 U.S. active-duty personnel and veterans are taking part in a pilgrimage sponsored by the Knights of Columbus.
‘Through the intercession of St. John Paul II, God led us to this residence,’ said Eleanor Petritschenko.
The movement is growing — thanks to a cigar-chomping bench press champion.
Msgr. Philippe Bordeyne officially took office on Sept. 22.
Anti-clerical revolutionaries expelled the Benedictines in 1790.
A study found traditionalism is growing steadily year on year.
For 23 years, FSSP priests have served Catholics in Dijon archdiocese. Now, the archbishop has told them to leave.
France’s religious heritage is in a precarious state. This is why.