A former Qantas employee has accused the airline of banning crucifixes while allowing Muslim women to wear head scarfs, reports The Herald Sun.
Chicago’s incoming Archbishop Blase Cupich is foregoing the archdiocese’s lavish $16 million Cardinal’s Mansion for humbler digs, reports The Huffington Post.
Cardinal Walter Kasper, in his book Mercy, gives us a clue about what we Christians need to cultivate in our lives, in the Church and in civil society, writes Good Samaritan Sister Clare Condon in The Good Oil.
Fashion designer to a glittering galaxy of stars, Oscar de la Renta made the world a more glamourous place, but it was in his Catholic faith that he found solace through his battle with cancer, writes The Christian Post.
A new exhibition at New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art features the mesmerising biblical tapestries of Renaissance master Pieter Coecke van Aelst and hopes to shine a spotlight on a forgotten artform, writes Met Director Thomas Campbell.
Historian of Hollywood politics Dr Tim Stanley has previously railed against the "anti-Christian" slant of Doctor Who. But a recent shift, not least an episode which gave the abortion argument an airing on the BBC, has caused him to think again.
Catholic classics by Augustine, Benedict, Aquinas, Julian of Norwich and Dante head a list of the top 100 Christian books compiled by Britain's Church Times, an Anglican newspaper. Paul Handley reveals the list.
Justin Bieber runs amok at Vatican? German Church warns against euthanasia, Russia's spiritual renaissance, US Catholics more 'liberal' than Protestants, UK Catholics steady as Anglicans fall, who are the Mediterranean asylum seekers?
Sister Mary Michael breaks Tassie drought, Bathurst Catholic jewell gets heritage protection, Fr Phil Crotty SJ finishes mission, Catholic social services award winners recognised, treasure of St Michael's Campbell Town.
Vatican watcher John Allen writes that, however dramatic the events surrounding the the 2014 Extraordinary Synod of Bishops on the Family may seem, these events are "only the beginning."
Isolated, impoverished, and under fire for decades - still the Church in Burma survives. In fact, it is thriving. James Cronin of Missio and Liam Allmark takes us inside this mysterious Asian nation, in this mini-doco.
"The law of Christ is simple. Love. Love God by loving your neighbour. And your neighbour is anyone close enough to be loved, anyone in the world," Fr William Grimm MM reminds us in this Gospel reflection for Sunday.
Matthew 22:34-40 In this Gospel from Matthew, a Pharisee puts one of life's great questions to Jesus - and Jesus gives an immortal reply, summing up our mission as Christians.
An American Catholic school withdrew permission for an Ellen Page and Julianne Moore movie to film on its grounds – allegedly because the story was about gay rights, reports The Sydney Morning Herald.
This is the website of Schoenstatt, a Catholic lay movement that strives to live the Gospel of Jesus Christ through the example and guidance of Mary, the Mother of God.
The Vatican has confirmed Francis’s itinerary for his trip to Turkey from November 28-30. The Pontiff will visit the mausoleum of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, and meet with the current Prime Minister and President, reports The Catholic Herald.
Former Prime Minister Gough Whitlam played a key role in changing the attitude of the electorate to the funding of Catholic schools, writes executive director emeritus of Sydney Catholic schools Br Kelvin Canavan fms, in The Catholic Weekly.
The Archbishop of Westminster, Cardinal Vincent Nichols, who represented England and Wales at the Family Synod, answered questions at a press conference on Tuesday regarding his experiences and thoughts on the Synod.
Philadelphia Archbishop Charles Chaput says he was "very disturbed" by the Synod debate over gays and remarriage, saying it sent a confusing message, and "confusion is of the devil," reports the Religion News Service.