Vatican Secretary of State Cardinal Pietro Parolin has praised Indonesia as “a model of peace, inter-religious coexistence and tolerance” during a trip to Jakarta.
American Catholic institutions have invested millions in energy companies despite Pope Francis’s critique of the oil industry, reports Reuters.
The Vatican philatelic office has said it will honour two holy Armenians with stamps later this year.
The Sophia Institute Press and EWTN have unveiled a new joint book publishing venture (Fr Dwight Longenecker).
Bill Kassel asks whether “post-Vatican folk” or “reformist retro” will win “the great Catholic music debate”.
Melissa Silverberg talks to the priest friend of late comedian Chris Farley.
And Pope Francis has baptised the children of an Argentine couple who visited Rome “with almost no money”.
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