Carol Glatz

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November 16, 2018
A civil court in Milan has ordered Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò, a longtime diplomat and former Vatican nuncio to the United States, to return close to €2 million plus interest and legal fees to his brother Fr Lorenzo Viganò. After their father’s death in 1961, the archbishop managed both their inheritances, which amounted to millions
October 28, 2018
'As Christ's Church, we want to listen to you with love,' says Holy Father
October 11, 2018
The Vatican Observatory is being opened up to the public When people ask why the Vatican has an observatory, one Jesuit priest says it’s because it cannot afford a particle accelerator. This nerdy quip by the Vatican Observatory’s vice director, Jesuit Fr Paul Mueller, has become his signature response to those who are surprised to
October 08, 2018
'The families of priests live a unique mission today,' the Pope said
September 26, 2018
In a letter to Chinese Catholics, the Pope said he hoped a deal with 'heal the wounds of the past'
September 18, 2018
The archbishop, who oversees abuse cases at the CDF, said people want action
August 01, 2018
St Peter Damian said lack of fear of the Lord and His last judgment leads to prelates going astray
July 12, 2018
Cardinal Tauran’s behind-the-scenes diplomacy made the world a safer place The death of French Cardinal Jean-Louis Tauran has robbed the Church of one of its most skilful diplomats and one of most widely respected churchmen in the Muslim world. Cardinal Tauran, head of the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue, died at the age of 75
July 11, 2018
The review comes amid concerns about churches being turned into gyms and nightclubs
July 09, 2018
The Pope said that many baptised Christians 'live as if Christ didn't exist'
July 06, 2018
Cardinal Jean-Louis Tauran led interreligious dialogue between the Church and Muslim communities
June 22, 2018
Pope Francis said Canon Law does not provide for nationwide policies, as the German bishops had wanted