A sequel to The Trip, from 2010, this is also wonderfully acted, achingly funny, unexpectedly reflective and a foodie’s dream to boot.
A ballot paper and a sheet used to count votes at the 1903 conclave are to be auctioned in London today, reports The Catholic Herald.
US Federal appeals court judges have questioned the bankrupt Archdiocese of Milwaukee's claim that it needs all the money in a A$63 million trust fund to maintain its cemeteries, reports AP/Ucanews.
Today is World Environment Day and to commemorate the occasion, Catholic Earthcare is establishing 28 learning communities across Australia through the launch of the National Energy Efficiency Network (NEEN).
The Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse will investigate the relationship between the Vatican and the Archbishop of Adelaide, Philip Wilson, in his former role as Bishop of Wollongong, reports The Australian.
Young people are helping lead a rebirth of the Catholic Church in Ireland, said the American-born Papal Nuncio serving in the country, reports the Catholic News Service.
The urgency with which Francis recently addressed the issue of sexual abuse of minors by clergy is encouraging. His decision to meet with victims is also a signal that he understands the gravity of this issue in a way that was not clear earlier, writes NCR.
The Director of Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) in Afghanistan was abducted on Monday afternoon by a group of unidentified men from Sohadat village outside Herat, according to Jesuit Provincial of South Asia, reports Ucanews.
A Canadian Sister of Notre-Dame and two Italian missionary priests have been released unharmed almost two months after being kidnapped in northern Cameroon, prompting statements expressing 'great joy,' reports the Catholic News Service.
The Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople Bartholomew will also be present at the Middle East prayer for peace called by Pope Francis for the Vatican this Sunday, reports Vatican Insider.
Encounter visits the underside of Los Angeles, where former gang members have turned their backs on a life of crime and are finding a job and a sense of community through the Jesuit run Homeboy Industries.
The Sudanese case relating to Christian Meriam Ibrahim highlights the unjust legal notion that, as nothing can override the authority of Sharia law, even Christians who do recognise it must abide by it, writes Fr Alexander Lucie-Smith.
When The Way was shown in 2011, many people were introduced to the ancient pilgrimage route El Camino de Santiago de Compostela. Now a documentary about the Camino is being released, reports NCR Online.
The Bishop of Maitland-Newcastle Bill Wright has asked two clergy to stand aside from 'any of the official structures of the Diocese that advise me' following a commission of inquiry’s findings, reports The Newcastle Herald.
Safety concerns have prompted Chile’s national police force to provide a security detail to guard Cardinal Ricardo Ezzati Andrello of Santiago during public appearances, reports CNS/The Catholic Herald.
The Vatican has refused to comment on reports that Pope Francis is outraged by the luxurious retirement flat built for the Holy See’s former Secretary of State, reports The Tablet.
The Loreto Sisters IBVM are an international community, inspired by Venerable Mary Ward, committed to the Gospel, missioned where the need is greatest, finding God in all things.
Pope Francis has blamed a 'culture of well-being' and comfort for convincing married couples that a carefree life of world travel and summer homes was better than having children, reports the Catholic News Service.