Cindy Wooden

The head of the Secretariat for Communications resigned following controversy over a redacted letter from Benedict XVI

The Pope will also visit sick inmates in the prison infirmary

The cardinal said the canonisation will take place after the Youth Synod, which closes October 28

The Vatican confirmed that the Pope’s meetings are regular and ongoing

The Mass comes as the Melkite church experiences growing persecution

Archbishop Apuron reportedly told the Pope: ‘I wanted to see you before I die’

The Holy Father met with delegates from more than 30 countries in a two-day summit to tackle human trafficking

Francis says religious orders must never ‘toss aside’ elderly members

The Pope was joined by representatives from the Orthodox and Anglican churches at the end of the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity

The first to use fake news was the serpent in the Garden of Eden, Pope Francis said