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The head of Vatican security said Islamic State militants have threatened the Vatican, but there are no indications of any planned attack.
At least 19 of the hundreds of Assyrian Christians seized by Islamic State (IS) jihadists in north eastern Syria last week have been freed.
Pope Francis this weekend praised co-operatives as one solution to a “throwaway culture” mired in economic dishonesty and injustice.
The head of the Catholic Church in England and Wales said he was "dismayed" that immigration was becoming a major issue in May's General Election.
A new leader of one of the two seminaries in Rome run by the Church in England and Wales has been announced.
Pope Francis today named a former Vatican prosecutor known for his robust stance against clerical sexual abuse as the Archbishop of Malta.
The Vatican’s financial watchdog, details of whose expenses were leaked in the Italian press last Friday, dismissed accusations of overspending as “complete fiction”.
Norwegian police raided the offices of the Diocese of Oslo yesterday after it was accused of defrauding the state of millions of pounds.
Pope Francis has given permission for a homeless man to be buried inside the Vatican for the first time.
A leading financier and former Attorney General of Ireland has been appointed President of the Board of Regents of St Benet’s Hall at the University of Oxford.