Deciding whether to make a deal with the devil is always a dilemma born of desperation, and it seems to be the grim choice facing the Central American nation of El Salvador and its Catholic leadership today, writes John Allen in Crux.
Let’s Get Married is based on one of China’s most popular television programs, which ought to give you some idea as to its intended audience.
Mass For the Fallen, which was officially launched at the Australian War Memorial last Friday, was commissioned by Allan and Maria Myers for use in celebrations of the Eucharist on Anzac Day, particularly the 100th Anniversary in 2015.
The Archbishop of Perth, Timothy Costelloe, believes that while it is not his role to interfere in politics or society, he can offer a valuable perspective on issues that affect us all, reports The West Australian.
Pope Francis is expected to start a three-country tour of South America in Ecuador on July 6, the Associated Press has reported, says The Catholic Herald.
The English Catholic priest who prayed with passengers of the Titanic as it went down could be canonised, reports online news site Metro.
The Vatican has published the list of the Pope's assignments for the Cardinals he created in February, reports the Catholic News Service in The Catholic Herald.
The Cathedral in Mosul is being desecrated and turned into a mosque by Islamic State terrorists, UK Cardinal Vincent Nichols said during a two-day visit to northern Iraq, reports The Tablet.
Prime Minister Tony Abbott has been urged to follow the lead of the Pope in recognising the Ottoman Turks’ alleged slaughter of Armenians and other Christians in 1915 as the first genocide of the 20th century, reports The Australian.
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Members of the Vatican commission on clergy sexual abuse met in Rome on Sunday with Cardinal Sean O'Malley to air their concerns about the appointment of a Chilean bishop accused of covering up abuse, reports NCR Online.
US-based Loyola Press is a Jesuit book publisher with a wide catalogue of publications, in print and digital form.
In what could be the first religious blessing of an app, a new online walking trail following the footsteps of Australia’s first saint was launched yesterday in Mary MacKillop plaza in Adelaide.
A book of Francis' writings and sermons has just been published in the US. The Huffington Post selects its eight favourite quotes from the collection.
In his pre-Christmas talk to the Cardinals and Bishops of the Curia, Francis was scathing about the failings of those working in the Vatican. Despite his rhetoric, Curial Cardinals are still treated like princes, says Thomas Reese.
While honouring the memory of Armenian martyrs at Mass yesterday, Pope Francis said they had been killed “in the first genocide of the 20th century,” prompting Turkey to recall its Vatican ambassador in protest, reports Crux.
Pope Francis has unveiled his vision for the Holy Year of Mercy, saying that the Church must be “an oasis of mercy,” reports The Tablet.
More than a billion euros in previously “hidden” Church funds will be revealed in new Vatican budget audit. But the funds have not been misused and are not part of corruption and scandal that have previously shamed the Vatican, reports The Australian.
This American romantic drama tells the story of a young couple, set to take different paths and finding inspiration through their encounter with an elderly man, who reminisces nostalgically on his life and past love.
The Catholic Diocese of the Australian Defence Force has been charged with the pastoral care of the uniformed members of Australia’s Navy, Army and Air Force, their families, and of the civilians employed by the Department of Defence.