Msgr Lucio Adrian Ruiz, Head of the Vatican Internet Service, says: “we’ve had to make the system ten times more powerful in the past year”.
The Church of England is 'one generation away from extinction, the former Archbishop of Canterbury has warned, reports The Daily Telegraph on Ucanews.
There is a crisis in Catholicism. Everyone knows that, though just where the crisis is located is a matter of disagreement, writes Fr Alexander Lucie-Smith.
The Vatican has hired an international accounting firm to scrutinise the department at the centre of corruption allegations that surfaced in last year's "Vatileaks" scandal, reports Reuters on the Huffington Post.
The grandstand of Villamor Air Base was buzzing with teams of workers trying to help people displaced by the super typhoon that struck the central Philippines 10 days earlier, reports the Catholic News Service.
Being Catholic exists to serve the needs of two diverse groups of people who serve within Catholic Education.
An American Catholic charity worker has had a miraculous escape from death after a stray bullet was stopped from piercing his skin by a tick wallet in his pocket, reports The Washington Post/SMH.
This is a British comedy, crime-drama based on the director's adaptation of a 1998 novel of the same name by Irvine Welsh.
The goal of the Year of Faith has been to educate Catholics about church teachings and strengthen their faith. If it has succeeded, the credit ultimately lies less with its special projects and events than with the historic papal transition that occurred in its course.
The Italian man suffering from the genetic skin disease neurofibromatosis who was embraced by Pope Francis earlier this month has spoken of his joy at meeting the Pontiff, reports The Catholic Herald.
Only a handful of parishioners remained on Sunday to take mass at St John Ogilvie's Church in High Blantyre, after Father Matthew Despard was removed from his ministry the night before, reports Herald Scotland/Ucanews.
An Anglican diocese refused to compensate victims of abuse committed in a children's home, despite previously making dozens of payments in other similar cases, because it was struggling with debts elsewhere, the royal commission has heard.
With the formal reading in Latin of a Papal Bull, Christopher Prowse yesterday became the seventh Catholic Archbishop of Canberra and Goulburn. Archbishop Prowse was formally installed in his chair of office in St Christopher’s Cathedral in front of about 700 people, including more than 30 of his brother bishops, reports the Canberra Times.
It's 50 years later. Fifty years after the assassination of John F. Kennedy. Fifty years after the rise of Martin Luther King Jr. Fifty years after the death of John XXIII, writes Joan Chittister.
Catholic Relief Services, the international humanitarian agency of the US Catholic community, has announced that it would prioritise the rebuilding of houses in the typhoon-devastated towns of Palo and McArthur in Leyte province, reports Ucanews.
Pope Francis could replace Obama as the pin-up on every liberal and leftist wall. He is now the world's clearest voice for change, writes Jonathan Freedland in The Guardian.
A German court has dropped for the time being an investigation into the 'luxury bishop' over accusations he lied under oath about taking a first-class flight to visit poverty projects in India, reports Reuters in The West Australian.
Visiting local jails in the lead-up to Christmas will be high on Christopher Prowse's agenda as he begins work as the seventh archbishop of the Catholic Archdiocese of Canberra and Goulburn, reports The Canberra Times.
So devastating was the abuse suffered by a boy at an Anglican Church-run children's home in northern NSW that, years later, he welcomed a diagnosis of pancreatic cancer because it meant 'the pain will stop,' the royal commission has heard.