- Christopher White
- May 6, 2019
A new documentary chronicles the effect of the Francis papacy on ordinary Catholics and non-Catholics alike.
Sister Lea Ackermann pioneered the Church’s fight against sex trafficking.
The resignation of Cardinal Ricardo Ezzati of Chile, who is facing an investigation by local prosecutors for allegedly covering up cases of child abuse by clergy, has been accepted by the pope.
An increasing number of Catholics believe anti-Christian persecution is a “very severe” global concern.
Pope Francis has been challenged to go vegan for Lent–in exchange for a million dollar donation to a charity of his choice.
Members of the pope’s Study Commission on the Women’s Diaconate spoke publicly for the first time on Tuesday at Fordham University.
As of Tuesday, every province of Jesuits in the United States has released lists of names of credibly accused priests of abuse.
A Vatican letter obtained by The Associated Press makes clear that the Holy See blocked U.S. bishops from taking measures to address the clergy sex abuse scandal because U.S. church leaders failed to sufficiently consult with Rome beforehand.