Catholic journalists should look beneath the surface when reporting on Pope Francis with his compelling photo opportunities and "buzz-catching expressions," reports the Catholic News Service.
Archbishop Blase Cupich of Chicago called on Catholics to offer a “real” welcome to LGBT people following last week’s US Supreme Court decision striking down state bans on same-sex marriage, while reiterating the Church’s position on marriage, reports Crux.
The Archbishop of Sydney, Anthony Fisher, was among 46 prelates from around the world who concelebrated a special Mass in their honour with Pope Francis in Rome yestersday. Francis told them they should live lives "coherent" with what they preach.
Jacqui Rémond, Director of Catholic Earthcare Australia, will provide insights into the Pope's Encyclical Laudato Si': On the Care of our Common Home in Melbourne next month.
The many beautiful and challenging elements of Laudato Si' have been justifiably lauded in both the religious and secular media but one issues was neglected: Overpopulation. Jamie Manson comments for NCR Online.
The $35 million redevelopment of the St Christopher's Cathedral Precinct at Manuka in Canberra is on time and on budget, the Archbishop of Canberra and Goulburn said, reports The Canberra Times.
The Pope has approved decrees permitting the canonisation of the parents of St Thérèse of Lisieux, reports The Catholic Herald.
Located on the western coastline of the Sea of Galilee and at the eastern foothills of Mount Arbel, Magdala is a unique site in the Holy Land.
Thousands of people have signed a petition protesting against a proposal to turn a Catholic chapel in a hospital in Manchester into a Muslim prayer room, reports The Catholic Herald.
US author George Marlin is hoping to enlighten Western Christians on the plight of their Middle-East brethren, reports the Catholic News Agency.
Pope Francis has expressed his solidarity with victims of Friday’s terror attacks in Tunisia, France and Kuwait, reports The Catholic Herald.
Here is a sample of how American religious leaders, and secular leaders, responded to the US Supreme Court ruling that same-sex marriage is a constitutional right.
Students and families across the Penrith region in Sydney's west have taken to social media to criticise local schools and the Diocese of Parramatta for sending out a booklet on same-sex marriage, reports News Local.
Catholic Earthcare, the ecological agency for the Church in Australia, aims to enable a sustainable relationship with the natural world through environmental education, research, national networks, advocacy and transformation.
The Jesuit-run Heythrop College at the University of London has announced it is to close as a higher education institution after more than 400 years, reports The Tablet.
The Vatican has signed a treaty with the “State of Palestine,” a development that the Church hopes will lead to improved relations between Israel and the Palestinians, reports The New York Times.
Artists, writers, musicians, theologians and people from different faiths will explore the arts and the sacred in this year’s Grounding the Sacred Through Literature and the Arts conference.
Marian apparitions in Medjugorje have been ruled as inauthentic by the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, but the site has been recognised as a place of prayer, according to reports in Italian media, reports The Catholic Weekly.