- Sep 22, 2020
Nicaragua and Venezuela are both strongly Catholic countries, yet in both today anti-Christian persecution is on rise — showing it’s a myth that Christians are at risk only where they’re a minority.
A Kafka-esque experience of the Italian gas company Eni illustrates the cultural challenges to Vatican reform.
As the clerical sexual abuse crisis continues to unfold in Chile, four big-picture conclusions suggest themselves, including that similar scandals may be brewing in other parts of the world.
Patriarch Kirill of Moscow, head of the Russian Orthodox Church, presumably had several reasons for skipping last Saturday’s ecumenical gathering in Bari hosted by Pope Francis.
In a new interview, Libero Milone, the Vatican’s first-ever Auditor General who departed under mysterious circumstances a year ago, says a criminal investigation against him has been closed.
Sunday marks the five-year anniversary of Pope Francis’s July 2013 trip to Lampedusa, an island near Sicily that’s a major point of arrival for migrants and refugees trying to reach Europe from Africa and the Middle East.