On Sunday, Feb. 11, Pope Francis will raise to the altars the woman who will become Argentina’s first female saint, María Antonia of St. Joseph.
Pope Francis will preside at the Mass and the traditional Ash Wednesday procession on Feb. 14 on Aventine Hill in Rome.
The pope’s Council of Cardinals concluded a meeting at the Vatican this morning with Pope Francis reflecting on “the role of women in the Church.”
Despite being persecuted by Daniel Ortega’s regime for years, “the Church is still alive in Nicaragua,” a priest from the country told ACI Prensa.
Anglican Archbishop Justin Welby celebrated an Anglican service this morning in the Catholic Basilica of St. Bartholomew, located on Tiber Island.
The National Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art in Rome is currently hosting an exhibition on the life of the writer J.R.R. Tolkien.
The mosaic was installed in the grottoes located beneath St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome.
The pontiff embraced Vinicio Riva while greeting pilgrims in St. Peter’s Square after a general audience in 2013, the year he was elected pope.
Vatican City has new tenants: seven nuns from Argentina who, at the request of Pope Francis, will live in Mater Ecclesiae monastery.
The assets in the name of the Loyola Community will be used to create a compensation fund for the nuns who will return to the lay state.
Pope Francis received in an audience on Monday the members of the Office of the Auditor General.
Pope Francis on Monday received the prefects of the Italian Republic in the Clementine Hall of the Apostolic Palace.
Edoardo Santini, considered “the most handsome man in Italy,” has decided to leave his promising career as a model and enter a seminary to become a priest.
Pope Francis met with Spanish bishops at the Vatican today to inform them of the conclusions of the apostolic visit made to the country's seminaries in early 2023.
The pope’s meeting with families of Palestinians in Gaza took place on the same day he met wth relatives of Israeli hostages held by Hamas terrorists.
The Vatican has limited itself to confirming that the call took place at the request of the president of Iran, Ebrahim Raisi.
Father Marko Rupnik’s former superior in the Society of Jesus, Father Johan Verschueren, denied that the Jesuits facilitated the incardination of the priest.
The former religious sisters said they were “very surprised” by a statement from the Holy See that the statute of limitations was being lifted in Rupnik’s case.
Wyatt Olivas, 19, approached Pope Francis to ask if the pontiff would sign a letter requesting a few days of rest after the Synod on Synodality.
Cardinal Carlos Aguiar Retes, the primatial archbishop of Mexico, downplayed the issues that have generated some controversy during the Synod on Synodality.