Argentine Archdiocese Repudiates Destruction of Blasphemous Art Exhibition
Some of the exhibited works had drawn criticism among those who profess the Catholic faith and among Christians in general for their explicit blasphemous content.
Disney Doc Features Pope Francis’ Talk with Gen Z on LGBTQ Issues, Abortion, and More
Shot in Rome and directed by left-leaning Spanish filmmakers Jordi Évole and Marius Sanchez, the documentary is entirely in Spanish and will be released exclusively on Hulu in the U.S.
Vatican’s Ambassador During Iraq War: Under Saddam Hussein ‘the Church Was Respected’
In the weeks before the U.S. invasion Pope John Paul II had pressed for peace.
The Last Diplomat From the Vatican Leaves Nicaragua
Msgr. Diouf was the last Vatican official in Nicaragua and assumed the role of business manager after the government of Daniel Ortega expelled the apostolic nuncio, Archbishop Waldemar Stanislaw Sommertag, in March 2022.
Legionaries of Christ to Ordain 32 New Priests in 2023
The soon-to-be new priests of the Legionaries of Christ come from Germany, Colombia, Chile, South Korea, Canada, Brazil, El Salvador, Spain, the United States, Italy, Mexico, and Venezuela.
French Church Vandalized With Satanic and Anarchist Graffiti
Sacred Heart Church in Bordeaux was vandalized the night of March 12-13.
Learn About the Image of the Virgin Mary That Wept Tears of Blood on St. Patrick’s Day
On March 17, 1697, an Weeping Irish Madonna shed tears of blood for three hours.
German Bishops Announce Plans to Bless Same-Sex Unions, Allow Laypeople to Baptize and Preach at Mass
On Friday last week, the German bishops and other delegates of the Synodal Way passed a resolution to develop and provide Church blessings to same-sex unions.
Signs of Hope and Renewal Amid the Dramatic Decline of the Catholic Church in Ireland
In 2021, a survey by the Association of Catholic Priests found that only about 30% of Catholics in Ireland attend Mass weekly — a significant drop from 91% in 1975.