VATICAN CITY —A judge has indicted two Vatican employees in a move that the Pope hopes will quash the Vatileaks scandal and negative publicity from the publication of sensitive papal documents.
ROME-The Vatican probe of the theft by the Pope’s butler of confidential papal documents ends this week, judicial sources say.
A work by philosopher John Cottingham on sale in bookshops near the Vatican is titled “Why Believe?” For many Catholics the scandals emanating down the road make it that much more difficult.
ROME —The cardinal at the centre of the Vatileaks scandal complained last month that journalists were imitating the conspiracy novelist Dan Brown to invent legends and denigrate the Church.
ROME -- Documents compiled by former Vatican bank head Ettore Gotti Tedeschi hint at dark secrets within the Holy See and reveal that he is afraid for his life.
VATICAN CITY -- A cardinal close to the Pope has dismissed speculation that the pontiff might resign as a consequence of the so-called “Vatileaks” scandal.
VATICAN CITY- Pope Benedict XVI spoke of overcoming sadness and pain, and berated the media for presenting a "completely unrealistic image of the Holy See" in its coverage of the Vatileaks scandal.
VATICAN CITY-- The butler to the Pope arrested last week in possession of confidential papers may be a smoke-screen for discord higher up in the Vatican hierachy, insiders have suggested today.
VATICAN CITY --The Vatican gendarmerie has arrested a suspect in the “Vatileaks” scandal, held him overnight in security cells and subjected
ROME - The Vatican Bank head has quit