Increasing numbers of Catholics are embracing the belief that money can buy divine rewards

The liturgy may be universal, but the congregation had a very different way of responding to it

Morlino could have accepted accommodation with corruption and moral disorder, but he chose to stand up for the faith

Pope Francis looks set to reshuffle his most senior advisors. Who will be the winners?

This piece was first published in the March 8, 1974 edition of the Catholic Herald

After the Vatican scotched a proposal to address the crisis, the world is watching what the Church does next

Papua New Guinea has borne the brunt of global warming. We pray world leaders will intervene

A lot is riding on the Vatican’s February safeguarding meeting. The signs aren’t good

Father Francis Browne SJ was already famous for taking the last photos of the Titanic

Wang Jie discovered his vocation while sheltering seminarians who were escaping the communist authorities