Bishop Franz-Peter Tebartz-van Elst, removed from his post in Germany’s Limburg diocese because of excessive spending, will soon have a new position with the Vatican’s Congregation for the New Evangelisation, reports Catholic Culture.
Survivors of childhood sexual abuse in the NSW Hunter region will give evidence to the Royal Commission during four days of private hearings in Newcastle later this month, reports the ABC.
The Institute providies an affordable Counselling/Life Skills Course to the general public as an adjunct to their existing occupation and for use in their families, improving relationships, in community work or as a volunteer.
The Archbishop of Sydney Anthony Fisher says the Magna Carta, 800-years-old this year, is "a very religious document," reports The Tablet.
Prince Charles has expressed his sympathy for the plight of Iraqi Christian refugees during a meeting with them on his trip to Jordan, reports The Catholic Herald.
This American crime drama features a gambler, played by Mark Walhberg, who is given seven days to repay his debts, and the movie counts back the days, one by one.
Exorcism is on the rise worldwide, backed by no less a figure than Pope Francis. Exorcists in Australia, and those who say they have had their souls saved, talk to Good Weekend about their experiences.
If you are a Christian, protecting the environment is part of your identity, not an ideological option, Pope Francis said yesterday, reports the Religion News Service.
Popes simply don’t have much control over how most parents raise their children. What they do have some leverage over, however, is what makes or breaks a bishop’s career in the Church, writes John Allen in Crux.
The Indian government has apologised to a senior Church official for refusing visas to two Vatican officials travelling to address a meeting of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of India, reports The Catholic Herald.
This website is for Fr Robert Barron's upcoming film series which exames important saints, artists, mystics, and scholars who've shaped the life of the Church and changed the course of civilisation.
Pope Francis made a surprise visit to a shantytown on Rome's outskirts on Sunday, stunning poor residents, many of them from his native South America, reports Reuters in The Straits Times.
Dr Michael Casey, scholar, theologian and author, and private secretary to Cardinal Pell, is to join the Australian Catholic University as a senior adviser on Church policy, reports Catholic Communications.
Yesterday the Church marked the Feast of St Bakhita, the Sudanese slave who became a nun. The St Bakhita Centre in Sydney is a place of welcome and hospitality for the Sudanese community.
Blame it on those San Francisco values. That’s what the Rev Joseph Illo believes is driving the uproar around his decision not to train girls to be altar servers at Star of the Sea Catholic Church, reports Crux.
The Diocese of Maitland-Newcastle has called on the federal and state governments to continue the "national rental affordability scheme", reports the ABC.
This action movie is based on the comic book, The Secret Service, which tells the story of a veteran spy, Harry Hart (Colin Firth), who recruits a young man, Gary Unwin (Taron Egerton), and introduces him to the world of international espionage.
Construction work on a public washing area at St Peter's Square has finished, and the Vatican has unveiled the facilities for the first time, reports The Catholic Herald.