Before last week’s creation of Athletica Vaticana, the Vatican’s sporting engagement had been limited to unofficial soccer and cricket teams.
The Little Sisters will return to court to fight the injunction.
A Catholic health care network has settled an American Civil Liberties Union lawsuit over transgender surgeries.
Caritas Rome has been the beneficiary of the coins since 2001.
The D.C. cardinal is now saying his previous denials about knowing Archbishop McCarrick’s sexual predations were only about minors, not adult seminarians and priests.
Catholic journalist Peter Steinfels analyzes the recent findings in an essay.
COMMENTARY: February meeting of bishops should set a broad agenda for reform, beginning with affirmation of Church teaching on chastity.
The Wunderlichs are devout Christians and think home education is best for their children.
The retired nuncio says in an open letter to the disgraced former Archbishop of Washington that a public act of repentance would bring “healing to a gravely wounded and suffering Church.”
EDITORIAL: Pope Francis said in 2015, when asked if politics is martyrdom, ‘Yes. It is a kind of martyrdom. But it is a daily martyrdom: seeking the common good without letting yourself be corrupted.’