Cardinal Joseph Zen has rejected claims that the 2018 Vatican-China deal was approved in draft form by Pope Benedict XVI, and accused Vatican Secretary of State Cardinal Pietro Parolin of “manipulating” Pope Francis on the Church’s engagement with China.
Fourteen children whose mothers considered abortion were baptized last month in Madrid by the city’s archbishop, Cardinal Carlos Osoro.
Archbishop Eamon Martin had been thinking about the rosary ever since the pandemic broke out. In previous times of adversity, Irish Catholics had turned to the devotion. Could that tradition be revived now?
In its essence, Newman argued, education is about cultivating the mind.
By Patrick Reilly
By Carrie Gress
We often think of trends happening only in fashions and fads, and yet, there are real trends in ideas, even spiritual ideas.
Providing consecration in an accessible way to our children could be a life-changing event.
By Carrie Gress
“I am happy to die because I have lived my life without wasting a minute on those things that do not please God.” —Carlo Acutis
By Alyssa Murphy
An international law expert has criticized Amnesty International’s new support for abortion access through all nine months of pregnancy and its claim that human rights protections “start at birth.”
Netflix has been indicted by a grand jury in Texas on charges of promoting “lewd visual material” in the film “Cuties.” The French-produced film drew sustained criticism for its sexualized portrayal of minors when it launched on the streaming service last month.
A year and a half after church and hotel bombings killed 259 people and injured another 500 in Sri Lanka, five of seven suspects arrested in connection with the attacks have been released by the country’s government.
Italian media reported this week that a woman with a company based in Slovenia received at least half a million euros from the Vatican’s Secretariat of State in connection with Cardinal Angelo Becciu.
Face coverings must be worn outdoors within the territory of Vatican City State to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, a Vatican official announced Tuesday.