Vatican authorities have seized documents and computers belonging to a senior curial official as part of an investigation into financial misconduct

Cardinal Becciu has denied allegations that money earmarked for helping the poor was used to invest in a London property deal

The first Catholic Mass in nearly five hundred years will be celebrated at a cathedral in Geneva later this month

Fr Peter Choy Wai-man is expected to be appointed as the new bishop

Fr John Hollowell said he wants to offer up each day of his recovery, chemotherapy, and radiation for victims of clerical abuse

An Italian television station has released the first in an eight part series of interviews featuring reflections from Pope Francis on the Nicene Creed

Former cardinal Theodore McCarrick was a major donor to a religious community whose founder was found guilty of sexual misconduct

Five hundred years after the death of Renaissance artist Raphael, the Vatican Museums has returned the tapestries he designed to their original place in the Sistine Chapel for just one week

Pope Francis has requested that priests in formation for the Holy See’s diplomatic service be required to spend one year in missionary work

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“He was a master of the art, and knew every technique and tactic to its finest point. He paired with that an extraordinary, even preternatural sense of people, what they wanted and what they needed”

A daily guide to what’s happening in the Catholic Church

Pope Francis has a lot to say – but none of it on the subjects journalists were expecting

After ‘Querida Amazonia’, liberal activists are starting to realize that Francis may not give them all they want

The document does not rule on married priests or on female deacons – but it also rules nothing out

Elisabeth Leseur endured years of mockery at the hands of her atheist husband yet never lost her faith

The curators’ aim was ‘to marry the art with the profound changes happening in Britain’. So how well did they succeed?

Archbishop Lwanga rightly wants to move the souls of his people to celebrate the Eucharist in a way which conforms to the reality of Christ Crucified

Experience is helpful, but less important than a clear prose style, energy, initiative and a sense for news

Francis Phillips reviews a lucid and readable explanation of St Ignatius’ 14 ‘rules’ for discerning good and bad spirits

Selfishness, anger, controlling behaviour, emotional distance. How can couples overcome these pitfalls?

The people of the United Kingdom who voted to leave the European Union have rejected a false spiritual vision

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