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Australian Cardinal Edward Cassidy spearheaded ecumenical, interfaith efforts

How can we be at rest when we see that church we love wounded in its catholicity, unable to be the church that our Lord wants it to be?'' he asked in 1993

Monica Doumit: Why no private Mass at HQ?

The meaning of having Mass at St Peter's Basilica You know those occasions that, while they are happening, you know you will remember for the...

Questions intensify over money flow

Mystery remains over some Vatican funds, says senator, while investigations continue.

Australians call on authorities to solve mystery of Vatican funds

People inside and outside the church are calling on authorities to get to the bottom of mystery funds transferred from the Vatican to Australia. As...

Vatican issues 20-point call for equitable vaccine access

The Vatican document called for the negotiation of international agreements to manage the vaccine patents

A vaccine for all: 20 points for a fairer world

Here we have a broad horizon that evokes the principles of the Church’s Social Doctrine, such as human dignity and the preferential option for the poor, solidarity and subsidiarity, the common good and the care of our common home, justice and the universal destination of goods

Unprecedented law brings transparency to finances, Vatican official says

Although the pope's new rules are part of a larger, ongoing effort to reform Vatican finances, Bishop Galantino told Vatican News "it would be hypocritical to say" that the scandal surrounding the London property deal did not influence the new measures.

‘Ad Patris domvm’: Famed Carmelite Latinist dies at 81

Alexander Stille wrote an essay on the work of Fr Reggie published in The American Scholar and which was titled “Latin Fanatic.”

Pope removes finance, property management from Secretariat of State

However, when asked by a journalist on 25 September if the money in the Secretariat of State fund came from Peter's Pence, Cardinal Becciu said, "Yes."

George Weigel: Where is the Vatican as Chinese faithful suffer?

Joshua Wong is a young Chinese human rights activist, recently sentenced to 13 and a half months in prison on the Orwellian charge of...
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