Bruce and Denise Morcombe are adamant the recently launched book on their son Daniel’s too-short life and tragic death is 'definitely not a crime novel,' reports The Catholic Leader.
Trespassing charges against nine religious leaders who protested in the Adelaide Hills electorate office of federal MP Jamie Briggs in June have been dismissed by the Adelaide Magistrates Court, reports the ABC.
The Church's proposal for a new independent statutory body to investigate and compensate abuse claims has drawn criticism from victims over its plan to cap payments, reports The Sydney Morning Herald.
Registrations close on August 24 for the Broken Bay Bible Conference on the Gospel of John, to be held on September 12-13.
The Vatican has urged Muslim leaders to condemn the 'barbarity' and 'unspeakable criminal acts' of Islamic State militants in Iraq, saying a failure to do so would jeopardise the future of inter-religious dialogue, reports CNS.
Not too long ago, the world barely noticed nuns, and then only in some anonymous or stereotypical way. Now there is hardly an instance when the world does not notice them, writes Joan Chittister and Mary Lou Kownacki.
When Pope Francis visits South Korea today, he will find a thriving Catholic community with a social and political influence that belies its minority status in one of Christianity's most muscular Asian strongholds, reports AFP on Yahoo7.
This is the website of the Pastorelle Sisters of Jesus Good Shepherd, who are part of the Pauline Family founded by Blessed James Alberione.
Pope Francis will pay tribute to the courage and sacrifice of South Korea's first Catholics when he beatifies 124 tortured and executed martyrs at a special Mass in Seoul on Saturday, reports AFP/Yahoo7.
An elderly Spanish priest infected with Ebola has died in a Madrid hospital, five days after being evacuated from Liberia, according to agency reports in The Sydney Morning Herald.
A highly respected leader of the Armenian Church in Australia was once a KGB agent, according to newly released Russian intelligence archives, reports The Sydney Morning Herald.
The Truth, Justice and Healing Council has called for a national redress scheme to be administered by the federal government, but funded by the institutions responsible for the harm, reports The Sydney Morning Herald.
A Josephite sister was among the praying protesters who were arrested yesterday at federal Treasurer Joe Hockey's electorate office in Sydney, reports The Australian.
This is a story about a French government, focusing on the minister for foreign affairs. There is a glimpse of a photo of George W Bush, which seems to indicate that the setting is around an imminent invasion of a Middle East country.
A graffiti message reading 'shame on u all' has been uncovered at a Catholic school in Melbourne's north-west that was victim to a suspected arson attack on Sunday, reports The Herald Sun.
Cuba’s Communist Government has permitted the building of the first new Catholic church since the Marxist revolution of 1959, reports The Tablet.
Graphic novelist Simone Lia explains how a bunny rabbit, a neglected boy and a group of Mormons led her back to the Catholic Church, reports The Catholic Herald.
To be homeless would be one of our worst nightmares. To have to ask ourselves where we would sleep tonight, to have nothing on which to cook — we just don’t want to go there, writes Andrew Hamilton.
Yazidi survivors on Mount Sinjar in northern Iraq are battling thirst and disease, and are forced to fight with the goats for the remaining water while in the distance, the lights of Islamic State checkpoints loom menacingly.