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- Vatican condemns leaking of expenses details of Pell’s Secretariat for the Economy
- Former Vatican abuse prosecutor Sciculna named as Archbishop of Malta
- Adjust your expectations of Pope Francis ‘radical revolution’, warns Cardinal Kasper
- Islamic State ‘begins to kill’ the more than 350 Christians abducted from north-east Syria
Church leaders have paid tribute to the Catholic Labour MP Jim Dobbin who died on Sunday aged 73.
Cardinal Antonio Cañizares Llovera, the Prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship (CDW), is to leave the Roman Curia and return to his native diocese of Valencia as archbishop.
The Catholic shrine at Walsingham is looking for a new director after the Marist Fathers announced they were leaving after almost 50 years.
Just one month before the start of the Synod of Bishops on the Family, the Vatican Secretary of State has given an indication that the main focus of the synod may not be the reforms that some in the Church hope for
A group of young Christians will move into Lambeth Palace next year as part of a new religious community unveiled by the Archbishop of Canterbury today.
The process to make US Archbishop Fulton Sheen a saint has been abruptly suspended, just months before supporters expected the Vatican to approve his beatification.
The Prince of Wales has said he is “heartbroken” by the situation in Iraq, as it was revealed that he has donated money to help suffering Christians through the charity Aid to the Church in Need.
The Archbishop of Canterbury, who this morning stood alongside Muslim and Jewish leaders at Westminster Abbey to pray for peace in the Middle East, has spoken of the unprecedented brutality of Islamic State militants in Iraq in the wake of the murder of a second American journalist.
Authorities in the Dominican Republic yesterday began an analysis of whether they had the legal jurisdiction to start a trial against their former papal nuncio, Archbishop Jozef Wesolowski, 66.
Pope Francis told football superstars including Diego Maradona and Lionel Messi to use their sport to fight discrimination and promote peace ahead of the Vatican-organised Match for Peace yesterday.