- Oct 29, 2020
Pope Francis’s trip to Sicily will highlight what has changed in terms of immigration and organized crime in the southern Italian region since his last visit at the beginning of his papacy.
The head of the Russian Orthodox Church chaired a meeting of top priests Friday to decide how to respond to the move by Orthodox Christianity’s leading body to send two envoys to Ukraine.
A report on sexual abuse inside the Catholic Church in Germany details 3,677 abuses cases by clergy between 1946 and 2014, two leading German media outlets said Wednesday.
Russian hackers infiltrated the email inboxes of Orthodox, Catholic, and other religious leaders connected to Ukraine amid conflict between Kyiv and Moscow over Ukraine’s political and religious independence.
Prelates in Germany and Austria have united to support Pope Francis in response to a former papal nuncio’s demand for his resignation.
When a lowly Catholic priest rebels against the Church hierarchy, publicly castigating a prominent cardinal’s handling of child sex-abuse cases, is that an act of backstabbing against the institution he serves or a brave solo effort to help save it?