The Vatican will name a special 'assistant' to advise the leadership of the troubled Legionaries of Christ, NCR Online reports.
There was much confusion about canon law procedures concerning the dismissal of a priest from the priesthood, Adelaide's Archbishop Philip Wilson told a Royal Commission hearing yesterday, the Daily Mail reports.
Some Christian families from Mosul have sought refuge in St Matthew's Monastery while others have vowed to take a stand against Islamists, writes Richard Spencer.
A Sudanese woman who had been sentenced to death because she declined to renounce her Christian faith has been freed overnight, CNN reports.
The Missionary Sisters of the Society of Mary are consecrated women living in multicultural communities, sent on mission beyond frontiers to live and proclaim the Gospel.
If you thought that the How to Train Your Dragon franchise was exclusively for kids, you might need to think again. It's a holiday delight for adults, too.
A group of US theologians and Catholic organisations has written to Pope Francis criticising the Vatican's treatment of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious (LCWR), NCR Online reports.
The Ratzinger Prize, known as the Nobel Prize for Theology, has been won by a woman for the first time. Professor Anne-Marie Pelletier will receive the award in November in Colombia, reports Zenit.
Almost 90 per cent of Catholic schools in the Wollongong Diocese have voted to strike to draw attention to their negotiations with the Catholic Commission for Employment Relations, the Illawarra Mercury reports.
Lismore's Bishop Geoffrey Jarrett has publicly apologised to the victims of child sexual abuse for the 'heinous' crimes of the past, The Northern Star reports.
Malaysia's highest court ruled today that the Catholic newspaper The Herald has no grounds to appeal a lower court's decision preventing it from using the word Allah to refer to God, The Malay Mail Online reports.
Labor will oppose any Federal Government attempt to continue the school chaplaincy program unless it includes funding for secular welfare workers, WA Today reports.
Well you might ask, 'Who is this Michael White and is it worthwhile a film being made about his life?' A lot of famous people seem to think it is a worthwhile undertaking.
The preservation of century-old buildings at Abbotsford Convent in Melbourne is at risk after a request for council funding was denied, The Age reports.
This website features the meditations of Pope Francis from the daily Mass celebrated in the chapel of the Domus Sanctae Marthae.
He was the very image of a tortured genius, but Yves Saint Laurent remains one of the most compelling figures in fashion. And it seems filmmakers cannot get enough of YSL's style.
The Vatican's International Theological Commission has published a new guide to the meaning of the terms sensus fidei and sensus fidelium, reports Catholic News Service.
The Associated Press has backed away from a report claiming that nearly 800 babies had been buried in a disused septic tank, America magazine reports.
An Abbott Government proposal to settle up to 1000 asylum seekers in Cambodia is no solution to the refugee problem at all, writes Sr Denise Coghlan RSM for ucan.com.
Vietnamese authorities have forced the Archdiocese of Ho Chi Minh City to cancel an exhibition of historic maps detailing Vietnam's sovereignty over disputed waters, NCR Online reports.