A daily guide to what's happening in the Catholic Church
At yesterday’s Angelus Benedict XVI said he was deeply shocked by the “senseless violence” at the cinema in Denver last Friday.
The Vatican has ruled that the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru can no longer call itself “Pontifical” or “Catholic”.
The Vatican released papal butler Paolo Gabriele from his cell on Saturday, placing him under house arrest.
The Czech government is preparing to compensate the Catholic Church for property seized under Communism.
Rome Reports notes that World Youth Day in Rio begins exactly a year today (video).
Edward Feser explains why he reverted to Catholicism after a decade as an atheist.
Melinda Gates argues that her campaign to provide contraception to developing countries is inspired by Catholic teaching on social justice.
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