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

In a letter to the Syrian president, the Pope made particular reference to the situation in Idlib

Comparing the fight against abuse with the war on drugs, the Pope said Don Bosco’s ‘preventive system’ has much to teach us

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

Vatican says Bransfield is obliged ‘to make personal amends for some of the harm he caused’

Fifty years ago, man landed on the moon. The Herald, then still a newspaper, had a very Catholic angle on the story

Faggioli claimed they ‘openly promote the undermining of the bishop of Rome among the Catholic faithful’

The decision to impose abortion ‘recklessly undermines’ the rights of the Northern Irish people, the bishops said

14 per cent of transgender or ‘non-binary’ people were diagnosed with autism while 28 per cent exhibited autistic traits

It worked in the Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston, but may not elsewhere

The appointment of Matteo Bruni, a British-born layman, marks a new era for the Press Office of the Holy See

The masks have all come off now. There can be no more subtlety about ‘reproductive health care’

Those who think a female priesthood is the answer to the Church’s woes need to consider this story

Title X funding is now redirected to those clinics where abortion isn’t a woman’s only choice

The scapular, received by St Simon Stock from Our Lady of Mount Carmel, has been enriched with indulgences

Vasily Grossman witnessed first hand the horrors of the Eastern Front

His actions may baffle us moderns, but they speak to a higher truth

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