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This generously illustrated book commemorates the 400th anniversary of the death of the great and enigmatic artist, Domenikos Theotokopoulos, known as El Greco, writes John McKewen.
This American romantic drama is about a grieving widow, Nikki (Annette Bening), who was married to a successful architect, Garrett (Ed Harris), writes Peter W. Sheehan.
The debate over communion for the divorced and remarried is not closed, writes Sandro Magister at www.chiesa.
The late New York Cardinal, John O'Connor, was born of a Jewish mother and had a rabbi grandfather, writes Alison Leigh Cowan at The New York Times.
Nigerian Cardinal John Olorunfemi Onaiyekan has backed a proposal to offer amnesty for any Boko Haram militants who embrace peace, the Catholic News Service reports.
The Irish government has announced an inquiry into mother and baby homes operated by the Church, Irish Central reports.
The Archdiocese of Rio de Janeiro is threatening to sue over an Italian advertisement featuring Rio de Janeiro's Christ the Redeemer statue, The Independent reports.
As the world marks the anniversary of D-Day, we turn to the story of Australian Sister of Mercy Marie Walker. Now approaching 100 years of age, this woman of action served in the Women's Air Force in the Second World War.
Irish historian Catherine Corless, who revealed that nearly 800 children died in an Irish mother-and-baby home, has denied she said the bodies were dumped in a septic tank, The Irish Times reports.
The Christianity that Pope Benedict proposes does not allow the faithful to exempt themselves from toils, or hide behind a principle of authority, writes Archbishop Georg Ganswein in Zenit.
Undeniably epic action and a strong cast make this addition to the ‘time loop’ genre worthy of its notable predecessors Groundhog Day and Source Code.
Italian Ursuline nun Sister Cristina Scuccia has won the singing contest, The Voice, reports The Catholic Herald.
In an unprecedented prayer at the Vatican Sunday evening, Pope Francis called on the Israeli and Palestinian presidents to 'break the spiral of hatred and violence' and begin 'a new journey' towards peace in the Middle East, The Telegraph reports.
Sister Joan Veronica Healy of Victoria, Joseph Peter Khoury of of NSW and Richard Gray of Catholic Health Australia were among the Catholics honoured in the Queen's Birthday list this year.
Pope Francis and the comic genius Groucho Marx could agree on one of Groucho's famous one liners, writes Miichael Kelly at ucanews.com: 'I would never join a club that would have me as a member'.
A Catholic deacon in Belgium has been arrested over the death of 40 patients at an aged care facility, Bioedge reports.
Former judge of the Supreme Court of Western Australia and HIH Royal Commissioner, the Hon. Neville Owen, has been appointed Chair of the Church’s Truth Justice and Healing Council.
Irish actor Jack Gleeson, best known for Game of Thrones, is turning his back on celebrity and walking away from a promising Hollywood career. Aid-work and studying philosophy and theology are just some of the ways he wants to spend his time.
The Belgian priest and scientist George Lemaitre is not a household name, but his brilliant work on the origin of the universe challenged the best minds of his day, and continues to inform our understanding of the cosmos.