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Former ‘guardian’ of Vatican artworks dies at 85

Cardinal Francesco Marchisano delivering an address in 2006 (AP)

Italian Cardinal Francesco Marchisano passed away on Sunday

The pope who published riddles in secret

Pope Leo XIII crafted Latin riddles for Roman magazine (CNS)

Leo XIII created lengthy riddles, known as “charades,” which were published anonymously in a Rome newspaper

‘Abuse crisis is not a thing of the past,’ says Irish archbishop

Archbishop Diarmuid Martin of Dublin (PA Photo)

Archbishop Diarmuid Martin of Dublin speaks at child safeguarding conference

Migrants’ plight getting worse, says Francis on Lampedusa anniversary

The wreath thrown by Francis honouring migrants drowned near Lampedusa (CNS)

Pope decries ‘logic of indifference’ in message on first anniversary of trip

International association of exorcists wins Vatican recognition

Fr Amorth is an exorcist in the Diocese of Rome (CNS)

The ‘dramatic reality’ of demonic possession is ‘often ignored or underestimated’, says association’s president

Vatican laicises former nuncio in connection to abuse allegations

Archbishop Jozef Wesolowski, former nuncio to the Dominican Republic, is pictured celebrating Mass in Santo Domingo in 2009 (CNS)

The former nuncio to the Dominican Republic was sentenced with laicisation

Pope Francis appeals for peace in Iraq

Pope Francis (AP)

Pope also announces he will visit Albania in September

Pope: We’ll all be winners if World Cup promotes peace and respect

Brazilian Neymar celebrates after scoring against Panama this month (AP)

Pontiff marks start of tournament in Brazil with message to ‘football lovers’

Pope Francis: ‘Arms manufacturers are merchants of death’

Pope Francis (CNS)

The Pope also denounces those responsible for human trafficking and slave labour

Pope dismisses entire board of Vatican financial watchdog agency

Pope Francis (AP)

Pontiff replaces five board members well before their terms were due to expire