- Apr 23, 2019
Bishop Celestino Aos, the temporary head of the embattled Archdiocese of Santiago, Chile, has a tough job, and he may have made it even tougher.
Benedict XVI's answer to how the Church can best resist a world gone mad may be debated, but the question can't be avoided.
After nearly 6 years of work, it looks like the new governing constitution of the Vatican should be published by the end of the summer. The clear winner is the Secretariat of State.
For the past two decades, a priest from Southern Italy has attempted to raise awareness of the global scope of pedophilia in the Church and in the world.
In the aftermath of the gruesome and tragic series of bombings that took place in Sri Lanka Easter Sunday, much of the immediate response for the Catholic community has been raising funds to rebuild the churches and properties that were destroyed.