VATICAN CITY – Married priests will not be allowed in the Amazon despite the shortages of priests there, a papal document entitled ‘Dear Amazon’ revealed on Wednesday.
VATICAN CITY – Bed and breakfasts have allegedly been masquerading as religious structures in order to evade fines that have accrued 100 million euros in the past three years, reports Il Fatto Quot
VATICAN CITY – Pope Francis has appointed Uruguayan priest Gonzalo Aemilius as his private secretary, Holy See sources report.
VATICAN CITY – Pope Francis has opened a refuge for nuns leaving the church, amid concerns of cases of violence and prostitution, according to L’Osservatore Romano.
VATICAN CITY – In a historic decision for the Holy See, Pope Francis has appointed a woman as under-secretary for the Secretariat of State, the Roman Curia’s equivalent of a Ministry of Foreign Af
VATICAN CITY – Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI did not co-author the book that caused a storm over clerical celibacy, Vatican sources say.
VATICAN CITY – Forty years from the foundation of Polish trade union “Solidarity,” members of its board of directors had an audience with Pope Francis, Holy See sources said.
VATICAN – Pope Francis said that magic is not Christian at his General Audience on Wednesday, Holy See sources reported.
VATICAN CITY – Pope Francis had lunch with 1,500 poor people on Sunday to mark World Day of the Poor, Holy See sources said.
VATICAN – Pope Francis has appointed Father Juan Antonio Guerrero as the Prefect of the Secretariat for the Economy of the Holy See, replacing Australian Cardinal Pell, says the Holy See.
VATICAN – In one of the strongest attacks yet on Pope Francis, 100 conservative Catholics have issued a letter demanding he repent of idolatry, say Holy See sources.
VATICAN CITY – The Vatican Secret Archives are called “secret” no longer, Pope Francis having changed their name Monday to “Vatican Apostolic Archives” in what appears to be an attempt to improve
VATICAN CITY – The Amazon Synod’s conclusions have been taken as a cause for hope, say We Are Church reform group.
VATICAN CITY – The president of the Administration of the Patrimony of the Apostolic See (APSA) has denied in an interview persistent reports quoting a new book saying that the Holy See effectivel