A shipyard chairman has been appointed as the new president of the Vatican Bank
Topic: Pope Benedict XVI
We are ‘Generation Benedict,’ and we will miss him so much, writes Collette Power
The Holy Father’s warnings on secularism and religious liberty are borne out by the consequences of the same sex marriage Bill.
But will the next pope carry on the struggle against the dictatorship of relativism with the same clarity and determination?
Benedict XVI says media distortion of the Second Vatican Council caused ‘so much misery’
It is indicative both of his love for Our Lady and an acknowledgement of his own growing weakness
He shows that humility is the hallmark of authentic Christianity
The Pope has repeatedly rebuked the Curia, saying officials should not seek power. But, in the Vatican, power is a core business
Benedict XVI speaks off-the-cuff about Vatican II in audience with priests
Benedict XVI was the only person able to hold back tears during his last Mass as pope at St Peter’s Basilica
The Pope celebrated an emotional last Mass for the distribution of the ashes, kissing the basilica’s altar for the last time