- Aug 13, 2019
The Salesians have launched not a sale but a contest: They’ve hired a consulting firm to solicit ideas about a creative new use for a property in northern Italy used by Popes John Paul II and Benedict XVI for their summer vacations.
The Argentine bishop in charge of a commission to prevent clerical sexual abuse says the pope's native country is just beginning to come to grips with the issue.
A motion to remove the voting rights of religious representatives on education boards is “a serious threat to the identity” of Catholic schools in the Scottish capital, according to a spokesperson of the Archdiocese of St. Andrews & Edinburgh.
In addition to a tidal wave of clergy abuse related lawsuits this week, three U.S. bishops are under investigation.
Police in Brazil have questioned the account of a Venezuelan refugee in Brazil and her father, who have accused a military chaplain of raping her three times while she was being treated for cancer.