Associated Press

The ‘Vatican Hackathon’ involves computer programmers trying to find solutions to specific problems

The information could help determine what happened to children taken from political prisoners during the Dirty War

The 1,200 page dossier was originally sent to the Archdiocese of Naples

The trial of Angelo Caloia and his lawyer, Gabriele Liuzzo, begins March 15

One of the abuse charges has been dropped, but the cardinal still has to fight several others

He is now due to present a report to Pope Francis

It reopened after Israeli officials suspended plans for a new tax on church properties

Archbishop Charles Scicluna held the meetings after recovering from emergency gallbladder surgery

‘Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination’ opens May 10 at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art

The church will stay closed indefinitely as leaders feud over proposed taxes