March 8, 2012

Vatican Websites Attacked by 'Anonymous'

Cyber terrorists target the Church for the clerical sex abuse scandal and the long-past abuse of indulgence selling.

March 6, 2012

Interfaith Bible Exhibit Opens in St. Peter's Square

Verbum Domini Runs Through Lent. A working Gutenberg press. Seeing early scriptural papyrus led one viewer to quip: ‘I feel like Indiana Jones.’

February 29, 2012

Silence and Word: Path of Evangelization

Message of His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI for the 46th World Communications Day

February 28, 2012

Rome Sweet Home

Register Writer Rome-bound

February 28, 2012

How Catholicism Contributed to the King James Bible

New Vatican exhibit explains the Church connection to the 400-year-old book of Scripture.

February 21, 2012

Cardinal Responds to U.N.'s Criticism of Africa's Social Policies

February 18, 2012

Pope Creates 22 New Cardinals

February 15, 2012

Anglican Clergymen Become Catholic Priests: Taking the Final Steps to Ordination

Anglican Ordinariate’s new chief priest oversees course of studies, teleconferencing of married men.

January 31, 2012

Southern Bishops Say They Return from Rome Energized for a Year of Faith

Pope Benedict expresses interest in EWTN during ad limina visits.

January 27, 2012

Next Church Doctor is Model for Evangelization

January 24, 2012

Pope Benedict: Silence Is Needed in the Digital World

Benedict XVI releases World Communications Day 2012 message, 'Silence and Word: Path of Evangelization,' on Jan. 24, the feast day of St. Francis de Sales.

January 17, 2012

Vatican: Site Is Popular

More than 10,000 people use the online site every day.

January 12, 2012

The Church and Economics

Cardinal Turkson of Ghana said carrying out the Church's mission is at the center of the Church's approach to economics. Jan. 15 issue feature.

January 12, 2012

Wrapping Up the Visitation of Women Religious

Mother Clare Millea speaks about what she found during the three-year look at religious life in the United States.

January 11, 2012

Bishop Müller of Regensburg to CDF?

January 10, 2012

Religious Life's 'Enduring Reality Is One of Fidelity, Joy and Hope'

Report on women's religious life in the United States sent to the Vatican.

January 9, 2012

Massachusetts Conservatives and Former Vatican Ambassadors Get Behind Romney

Two letters, issued as primary season gets under way, seek to dispel fears that the former Massachusetts governor cannot be trusted on social issues.

January 6, 2012

Pope Hails Epiphany's Wise Men as Model at Ordination of Nuncios

January 6, 2012

Americans Get Attention, but Most New Cardinals Are European

Cardinal Egan Calls It ‘New York Day’ in Rome, with Red Hats for Archbishops Dolan and O’Brien — and a New York-born priest ordained bishop by Pope Benedict.

December 24, 2011

Christmas at the Vatican

Pope Benedict's midnight Mass kicks off the joyous octave. Dec. 18 issue feature.

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