Both Pontiff and President-elect have caused the press to exclaim ‘Did he really just say that?’
His breathtaking election victory has unleashed a dangerous new populism. But shrill denunciations are not the answer
The nation has a glorious future if it rediscovers its identity as ‘the Dowry of Mary’
What does it mean to be born into one of the most influential royal houses of Europe?
In these extracts from his new book-length interview, the Pope Emeritus reflects on his ‘guillotine’ election, his achievements as Pope and his tendency to ‘think too much’
The Vatican wants the Korean Church to evangelise the rest of Asia. That could be only the beginning
The translator of Benedict XVI’s Last Testament describes the joyous experience of working on the retired pope’s text
Melbourne’s John Paul II Institute is being shut down unexpectedly – the ramifications extend far beyond Australia