The Church does not have to demonstrate to anyone that it is against the Mafia, writes Fr Alexander Lucie-Smith in The Catholic Herald.
In a small college town 32km north of Charlotte, North Carolina, the statue of Homeless Jesus is provoking more conversation than a month of Sunday sermons, reports Ucanews.
The lone clerical abuse survivor to sit on the Pontifical Commission for the Protection of Minors said it needs to achieve concrete change to 'show other survivors that the Church is going to get it right,' reports the Catholic News Service.
The Archdiocese of Sydney controls funds with assets of $1.24 billion and generates annual multimillion-dollar surpluses, according to evidence tendered yesterday to the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Sexual Abuse.
The Christian Brothers Congregation Chapter 2014 is currently taking place in Nairobi, Kenya. This website is a communications platform for the Chapter. The theme is 'Drawn by mystery, destined for life.'
Lawyer, academic and prominent Aboriginal rights activist Noel Pearson will deliver the biennial Bishop Manning Lecture in Sydney on April 3.
The man in charge of finding a replacement for Cardinal Pell in Sydney is Australia’s Apostolic Nuncio to the Holy See, Archbishop Paul Gallagher. Here he speaks to Kairos Catholic Journal about the role of the nunciature in Australia.
When governments treat asylum seekers harshly, people ask whether what they are doing is right. This is the ethical question, and it will receive one of three responses, writes Andrew Hamilton SJ in Eureka Street.
A Catholic charity has donated A$840,000 towards the construction of Bahrain’s first Catholic cathedral, which will also serve Catholics in neighbouring Saudi Arabia, where church-building is outlawed, reports The Tablet.
The Vatican’s Observatory has announced that for the first time it will be hosting a workshop analysing the relationship between faith and astronomy for parish educators, which is slated to take place next spring, reports the Catholic News Agency.
The Cenacle Sisters companion people on their faith journey in the midst of life. Living justice and Gospel values, they draw from their experience of God, to create a place where people can encounter God.
The Bishop of Portsmouth in England has provoked criticism from Catholic MPs after saying that politicians who voted for same-sex marriage should be denied Communion, reports The Tablet.
Catholics in a northern Nigerian city are risking their lives to attend Sunday Mass, as their community has fallen prey to violence from radical extremists, reports the Catholic News Agency.
German customs officials intercepted a shipment of cocaine destined for the Vatican in January, a German newspaper reported on Sunday, reports AP in The Sydney Morning Herald.
Cardinal Pell has told the Royal Commission that the government should set up an independent body to decide the payment of damages to child abuse victims. He also criticised senior Church clerics, staff and lawyers over their roles in an abuse case.
The official launch of What The Catholic Church Teaches About Asylum and Migration will be held tomorrow at Mary MacKillop Place in North Sydney.
Police in Sri Lanka have released two outspoken Catholic human rights activists whose arrests were decried internationally, reports The Catholic Herald.
The life of any holy person moving towards canonisation is worth rejoicing over, but the case of Archbishop Sheen is especially significant for our times, writes Francis Philiips in The Catholic Herald.
The cliche 'voice of an angel' has been worn thin by reality TV talent shows. But Sister Cristina Scuccia, a 25-year-old member of the Ursuline Sisters of the Holy Family, has a unique claim on the mantle, reports The Sydney Morning Herald.