Catholic News Agency

‘The Holy Father spoke with everyone; a smile and a word of support for each’

Tensions are reportedly running high between French authorities overseeing the rebuilding of Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris

A group broke into an Irish Carmelite monastery during the daytime, vandalised its chapel and shouted slurs at the elderly nuns who lived there

Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio of Brooklyn is rejecting an allegation that he sexually molested a minor in the 1970s, calling it a ‘false allegation.’

The New Zealand Parliament voted in favour of legalising euthanasia and assisted suicide on Wednesday, sending the bill to a referendum next year

Cardinal George Pell’s application for special leave to appeal has been referred to the full court for decision

The pastor of a parish in El Paso is calling for prayer and reparation after a tabernacle containing the Eucharist was stolen

Australia’s High Court will announce on Wednesday whether it will hear Cardinal Pell’s appeal

Bishop Michael Mulvey has never met the woman, but said he was humbled by the experience

If convicted in Argentina, the bishop could face between three and 10 years in prison