Pope tells faithful at Pentecost Mass, ‘We were made to be God’s children’
For some reason, Mary is often a stumbling block for those outside the Church.
Some writers warned of future internal strife in the Church, while others examined the historical precedents
Filipinos are holding out for Rodrigo Duterte’s presidency to be rather different from his election campaign
The drive for radical ‘reform’ could actually prevent the laity from gaining a more prominent voice
Cheryl Tobin, who has stage 4 cancer, said she was ‘overwhelmed with emotion’
Pope Francis said the question was ‘obscure’ and required study
If the Vatican is to initiate closer relations with mainland China, in what way would this benefit country’s Catholic Church?
The president of the bishops’ conference said it was part of their vocation to speak out on political matters
Blessed Solomon was executed after the state suppressed the Catholic Church