Carol Glatz

True charity involves a ‘personal relationship with the poor’ and is not done just to ease a guilty conscience, the Pope said

The Apostolic Signatura said the case against Fr Hermann Geissler was not ‘proven with the moral certitude necessary’

The previous board resigned last month citing lack of trust from the newspaper’s management

When a person loses hope, they become ‘perfect terrain for the Devil to sow’, Pope Francis said

The CDF said the decision against Archbishop Anthony Apuron is final and cannot be appealed

We should not presume that God will forgive us if we have no intention to stop sinning, Pope Francis said

Cardinal Marx says: ‘The rights of victims were effectively trampled underfoot and left to the whims of individuals’

The Pope called on all politicians to treat the protection of the unborn as a ‘cornerstone of the common good’