The scientifically inexplicable healing of a Brazilian man suffering from an end-stage malignant brain tumour could be the miracle that earns Mother Teresa her canonisation, reports Vatican Insider.
Can an entire country become infested by demons? Catholic priests carried out a nation-wide exorcism in Mexico last month in response to high levels of violence, drug cartels, and abortion, reports the Catholic News Agency.
The new Papal Encyclical - Laudato Si' (Praised Be: On the care of our common home) - will be released today in the Vatican at noon local time.
When the Catholic community in regional Western Australian town rallied round to offer shelter to Kurdish refugees, there was some disquiet. Today, the family wants nothing more than to settle and be productive new Australians, reports the ABC.
Right now, what unites Christians and atheists is far more important than what divides them. They face a common enemy in bloody, violent intolerance, writes Brendan O'Neill in The Catholic Herald.
The Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse said it plans to put the spotlight on the entertainment industry, urging anyone who has suffered to come forward, reports AFP in Yahoo7.
A row has erupted between a Liberal conservative and Greens MPs about the role of the Lord's Prayer in Victorian Parliament, reports The Age.
The priest who was the inspiration for G K Chesterton's great detective also played a central role in the conversion of the English writer and many others, contends The Catholic World Report.
The former Papal ambassador to the Dominican Republic, who left his post in 2013 after being accused of sexual misconduct with minors, will stand trial next month at the Vatican with possible "international legal cooperation," reports NCR Online.
This American romantic, comedy-drama tells the story of a US military pilot who almost lost his life in a missile attack in Afghanistan. Years later, he accepts a private assignment in Hawaii, hoping to put his life in order.
Pope Francis is preparing to declare humans primarily responsible for climate change, call for fossil fuels to be replaced by renewable energy, and decry consumerism, according to a leaked draft of his encyclical, reports Fairfax Media.
Compassion Australia is part of an international Christian child development ministry, committed to child advocacy.
The Supreme Court of Mexico has decreed it is unconstitutional for Mexican States to bar gay marriages, effectively legalising same-sex marriage in a landmark legal ruling, reports The Independent.
Sister Dorothy Stang, an American missionary assassinated in Brazil in 2005 for defending the Amazon rainforest and the rights of poor farmers, might well be the undeclared patron saint of the Pope's forthcoming encyclical, writes John Allen in Crux.
Sponsored by the Paulists and written by young adults for young adults, Busted Halo is a website that includes discussion boards on various topics, featured commentary and a range of podcasts and videocasts.
The Catholic Alliance for People Seeking Asylum, which aims to change hearts and minds in support of the abolition of harsh asylum seeker policies, has been officially launched at the start of World Refugee Week, which started on Sunday.
Archbishop Mark Coleridge called the Dalai Lama a "witness to hope" after he led a multifaith service with representatives of many of the world’s major religions at Brisbane's St Stephen's Cathedral last Thursday, reports The Catholic Leader.