Pope Francis has approved the dissolution of the Fraternity of the Holy Apostles in Brussels.
A Pakistani Catholic has died after an attack in Quetta.
Canada’s bishops have urged parliamentarians to reject a motion calling for a papal apology for residential schools.
President Petro Poroshenko has asked the Ecumenical Patriarch to grant autocephaly to the Orthodox Church in Ukraine.
A magistrate is expected to announce on May 1 whether Cardinal George Pell will stand trial.
Inés San Martín argues that the past three popes have pioneered a new “dogma of papal fallibility”.
And the Sistine Chapel choir will tour the United States for the first time this summer.
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