Pope Francis receives in audience Albanian prime minister Edi Rama at the Apostolic Palace on Saturday morning.
Pope Francis nominates Archbishop Cavalli as new Apostolic Nuncio to Medjugorje
Pope Francis greets organizers of the Giàvera Festival, an annual event in the northern Italian city of Treviso that promotes dialogue and encounter between peoples and cultures.
Just a few days ahead of his apostolic journey to Cyprus and Greece, Pope Francis has sent a video message expressing his joy in visiting "as a pilgrim to your magnificent lands blessed by history, culture, and the Gospel". The Pope leaves for the two nations on Thursday, December 2, for a five-day journey.
The Australian Catholic Bishops Conference welcomes a new bill against religious discrimination which will be discussed by the House of Representative next week. According to the bishops it is a step forward towards parity with other anti-discrimination laws in Australia.
Cardinal Semeraro joins the Pauline Family in inaugurating a museum chronicling the life and work of Blessed James Alberione, and celebrates Mass in the Roman sanctuary built by the Blessed.
Pope Francis sends a message to the Social Weeks of France, and encourages French citizens to dream together and set out on paths of hope on behalf of the most vulnerable and Creation.
Pope Francis receives Emmanuel Macron in private audience in the Vatican.
Demonstrations took place in cities throughout Sudan on Friday, as protestors called for an end to military rule and the restoration of the civilian government.
A delegation of volunteers and aid operators welcome a group of refugees at Rome’s international airport. The vulnerable men, women and children have been able to flee danger thanks to a “Humanitarian Corridor” that guarantees a safe passage and legal entry into Italy.
Pope Francis sends a message to mark the 30th anniversary of the International Forum of Catholic Action, and urges its members to respond to humanity’s thirst for God.
The American President was assassinated on 22 November 1963 in Dallas. A reflection on the Kennedy presidency foreign policy vision between a propensity for multilateralism and the affirmation of U.S. power.
Pope Francis issues Motu Proprio, setting up a new commission to verify and implement new rules for marriage annulment cases in Italian dioceses.
Fatima film screenwriter, Barbara Nicolosi Harrington, creates a screenwriting program for Christians at Regent University inspired in part by the media spirituality of Blessed James Alberione. Barbara talks to Vatican News about the program.
The Vatican’s Migrants and Refugees Section releases a video recalling this year’s World Day dedicated to people who have fled their homes, expressing the hope that we might all live together in our common home.
South Africa’s Archbishop of Johannesburg, Buti Tlhagale, has told the country’s diocesan coordinators at a workshop to pray that God removes obstacles that hinder humans from welcoming those in need.
Pope Francis highlights the strong link between hope, bold courage and creativity in his message to participants in the 11th annual Festival of the Social Doctrine of the Church in Verona.
Pope Francis meets with young people from Scholas Occurrentes and highlights the harsh realities refugees face in their travels, encouraging the young people to create a culture of encounter in order to build a community with all those most in need.
Talitha Kum’s “Call to Action” invites everyone to join in efforts to stop the scourge of trafficking in persons. An event held on Thursday by the international network against human trafficking featured opening remarks by the Vatican Secretary of State, Cardinal Pietro Parolin.
France and Britain vow to step up cooperation to stop illegal crossings after at least 27 migrants died off the coast of Calais on Wednesday