As groups in Spain organised their first 'feminist strike' on International Women's Day, a Spanish bishop used his radio show to accuse some radical feminists of being influenced by the devil

Argentina's bishops announced they would release 127 baptism certificates archived in a chapel at a naval facility that was used as a place of torture during the country's military dictatorship...

Mass isn't a paid arrangement for salvation but rather the commemoration of Christ's sacrifice of his life, given freely to all, Pope Francis said at his general weekly audience at the Vatican this week...

On International Women's Day former president of Ireland Mary McAleese says the Church must open its doors to women in leadership

Pope Francis has donated 100,000 euros (£90,000) towards the first Orthodox monastery that is being built at St Andrä in Austria’s easternmost province of Burgenland.

Bishop Hilary Dachelem of Bauchi has appealed to the Nigerian government and security agencies to work for the rescue of the 110 schoolgirls kidnapped by suspected Boko Haram insurgents in February.

Pope Francis has given the green light for martyred Archbishop Oscar Romero to be declared a saint. 

Cardinal Pietro Parolin, the Holy See’s Secretary of State, today gave a strongly pro-migrant speech two days after an election that saw major gains for the Northern League, whose leader Matteo Salvini swore on the bible and a rosary that he would stop “all clandestine migrants” from entering the country

Blessed Paul VI will be declared a saint in late October at the end of the Synod of Bishops on youth and discernment, said Cardinal Pietro Parolin, Vatican secretary of state.

The Vatican will host its first ever hackathon this month, taking place over four days from 8-11 March...


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