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How this Nobel Prize winner has helped thousands out of poverty

Nobel Peace Prize recipient Muhammad Yunus has been helping the poor in Bangladesh since the 70's. Find out how he has helped thousands out of poverty.

Vatican Gardens host Marian pilgrimages during month of May

This May, in honour of Mary, the Vatican Gardens will allow pilgrims to take part in a special Marian pilgrimage.

Dignitas Infinitas could’ve been stronger

The Dicastery for the Doctrine of the Faith’s new document on human dignity underscores the Catholic Church’s commitment to human dignity and defence of life from conception to natural death. It’s a good document, but George Weigel makes a few suggestions about how it could have been stronger

Q and A with Fr John Flader: Dignitas on gender theory

Dear Fr John Flader, I understand that the recent Vatican Declaration on human dignity mentions gender theory and sex changes as unacceptable in light of the Church’s teaching. Could you please clarify this?

Pope Francis recovers the title “Patriarch of the West”

Pope Francis reinstated the title "Patriarch of the West" for the first time since 2006 as an ecumenical gesture to the Orthodox Church.

Jesus wants all people to be saved, pope says at Angelus

"Jesus is not interested in putting us on trial or subjecting us to judgment. He wants none of us to be lost,” the pope said.

Q and A with Fr John Flader: Blessing same-sex couples

Dear Fr John Flader, I understand that the Vatican has recently approved blessings for same-sex couples. How can the Church change its mind? 

Mission, synodality, health scares and the environment: Pope Francis in 2023

Pope Francis’ 2023 was a year of important trips made or postponed, a predecessor’s funeral and his own 10th anniversary as pope

Vatican doctrinal office issues document approving limited same-sex couple blessings

A Catholic priest can bless a gay or other unmarried couple as long as it is not a formal liturgical blessing and does not give the impression that the Catholic Church is blessing the union as if it were a marriage, the Vatican doctrinal office said.

Pope, still suffering from the flu, urges prayers for peace at...

Pope Francis has received circus acrobats and members of the Scottish football team Celtic FC despite an ongoing illness

Monsignor Mullins’ service is complete

The Archdiocese of Sydney has commended its oldest priest to God, after with the sad death of Monsignor William Mullins, 99, on 16 November.

Religious freedom is a path to peace, Archbishop Paul Gallagher says...

Religious freedom is a path to promoting peace in a complex world, said the Vatican’s Secretary for Relations with States in Sydney on 6 November
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