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February 18, 2020
February 18, 2020
Vatican authorities have seized documents and computers belonging to a senior curial official as part of an investigation into financial misconduct
February 18, 2020
Cardinal Becciu has denied allegations that money earmarked for helping the poor was used to invest in a London property deal
February 18, 2020
The first Catholic Mass in nearly five hundred years will be celebrated at a cathedral in Geneva later this month
February 18, 2020
Priests in the Diocese of Hong Kong are expecting the announcement of their new bishop within the next two weeks. “We have been told to expect an announcement within the next ten days or so,” a senior priest in Hong Kong told CNA on February 15. The priest confirmed that Rev. Peter Choy Wai-man is
February 18, 2020
Fr John Hollowell said he wants to offer up each day of his recovery, chemotherapy, and radiation for victims of clerical abuse
February 18, 2020
An Italian television station has released the first in an eight part series of interviews featuring reflections from Pope Francis on the Nicene Creed
February 18, 2020
Former cardinal Theodore McCarrick was a major donor to a religious community whose founder was found guilty of sexual misconduct
February 18, 2020
Five hundred years after the death of Renaissance artist Raphael, the Vatican Museums has returned the tapestries he designed to their original place in the Sistine Chapel for just one week
February 18, 2020
Pope Francis has requested that priests in formation for the Holy See’s diplomatic service be required to spend one year in missionary work
February 18, 2020
One in four new priests in Europe is ordained in Poland, according to a new study. The cardinal entrusted with reforming the Legion of Christ advised an abuse victim’s mother to work out a compensation deal “without attorneys”, according to AP. Former Cardinal Theodore McCarrick “secretly gave nearly $1 million” to a group led by
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