- Jun 18, 2021
A Rome court has strongly backed Vatican prosecutors in their pursuit of an Italian businessman accused of bilking the Holy See of millions of euros in a London real estate deal
An Italian nun who was stabbed 19 times more than two decades ago by three teenage girls apparently fascinated by Satan was honored Sunday with beatification as a martyr of the Catholic Church.
Over the centuries, no figure in Catholic life has inspired a more motley galaxy of populists, insurrectionists, anti-establishment firebrands and cultural warriors than the Blessed Virgin Mary.
24 asylum-seekers from Africa and Asia are working in vineyards of Tenute Silvio Nardi on this year’s crop of Brunello di Montalcino, one of Italy’s most famous wines.
As COVID-19 restrictions continue to ease in Italy, the country’s bishops are hoping a new tourism initiative will attract would-be pilgrims.
I’ve said before that a compelling history of the Catholic Church could be written in the form of an Italian cookbook, and on this holiday Monday I’ll prove the point through a dish chosen essentially at random.
The pastor of the small parish that was home to an entire family killed in Sunday’s cable car accident in northern Italy has said forgiveness for those at fault is the only way to make it through the tragedy.
More than 700,000 foreigners in Italy are “invisible” in the eyes of the country’s COVID-19 vaccination campaign and are being denied legal access to the vaccines, warned a top public official.