On Saturday, the ongoing saga of Vatican financial scandal – or reform, if you prefer – continued with the approval of several new changes to Vatican City law on transparency and economic oversight.
More than 200 state-run secondary schools in the Republic of Ireland will begin to phase out historical Catholic symbols and mandatory Masses, Irish sources have reported.
A German archdiocese said Monday that it is preparing to open the beatification cause of a member of the White Rose anti-Nazi resistance group.
Children, Parents and Teachers: Join the Global Children’s Eucharistic Holy Hour Our Lady of the Angels Chapel in Irondale on Tuesday, Oct. 13.
By Joseph Pronechen
Rod Dreher’s latest book, ‘Live Not by Lies,’ chronicles worrisome changes in U.S. politics and culture.
By Joan Frawley Desmond
LIVE NOT BY LIES
A Manual for Christian Dissidents
By Rod Dreher
As Senate Democrats on Monday focused on how Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett could rule on the Affordable Care Act, some comments drew criticism for apparent anti-Catholic bigotry.
Pope Francis said Saturday that the 700th anniversary of the death of Dante Alighieri should inspire people to rediscover the Italian poet’s “Divine Comedy.”
The Senate Judiciary Committee confirmation hearings are set to begin Oct. 12 with the Supreme Court Nominee's opening statements then two days of questioning.
By Andrea Picciotti-Bayer
Former Vatican finance czar Cardinal George Pell met with Pope Francis in a private audience at the Vatican Monday.
The Holy See press office said that the audience took place Oct. 12, but gave no further details.
The Vatican confirmed Monday that four Swiss Guards have tested positive for the coronavirus.
Rock ‘n’ roll legend Dion chats about music and faith.
By K.V. Turley
Few rock stars are known by a single moniker.
One of them is Dion.