- Jun 17, 2021
Much is still unknown about the 2019 novel coronavirus and why it can kill so many people and yet also can infect many more without causing any symptoms, Dr. Anthony Fauci, the United States’ top infectious disease expert, told a Vatican conference.
To help prevent damaging artistic and historically significant objects, the Pontifical Council for Culture released suggestions for cleaning and disinfecting church buildings, furnishings and sacred objects.
Liturgical musicians have the unique calling to interpret God’s will and love through song and praise, Pope Francis said.
This year’s edition of Rome’s “Via Pacis” half-marathon for peace will spur athletes from all backgrounds to flex not only their muscles, but their ability to reach beyond cultural and religious divides in fostering peace and tolerance through sports.
The Vienna-based FC Mariahilf Women’s soccer club has apologized to the Vatican after a friendly match between the two Saturday was cancelled when several Austrian players lifted their jerseys exposing pro-choice slogans at odds with Catholic teaching on abortion.
The Vatican’s Culture Czar recalls Notre Dame cathedral’s history of rebirth and renewal after a fire nearly destroyed the French church on Monday.
With the soccer Super Cup taking place in Saudi Arabia, Catholics weigh in on the relationship between sports and faith.
On Thursday the Vatican debuted a new sports association, with a humanitarian focus and the eventual dream of representing the Vatican in the Olympics.