Priests From Tigray Recount Hellish Scenes From Their Native Land
The bishop emeritus of Hong Kong was arrested with four others Wednesday for ‘collusion with foreign forces’ and has since been released on bail.
The restrictions were extended to the end of May, according to a decree from the Vatican’s secretary of state.
The Sri Lankan cardinal discussed a wide variety of topics with the Register April 29.
During this Marian month of May, Immaculée Ilibagiza shares her powerful story of suffering and reminds us all to cling to the Blessed Mother in prayer, rosaries in hand.
The Holy See has chosen not to follow the lead of many EU countries, including Italy, that are already easing their COVID-19 restrictions.
New Scientific Technique Dates Shroud of Turin to Around the Time of Christ’s Death and Resurrection
Italian scientist Liberato De Caro discusses his peer-reviewed findings, based on an X-ray method of research, used to determine the age of the shroud’s fibers.
In a lengthy interview today with Italian state television, Pope Francis discussed a wide range of themes including dealing with pain, suffering, the importance of hope, women’s gifts, the reality of the devil, the war in Ukraine, and conflicts around the world, many of which are unseen.