Bishop Andrew Harmon Cozzens is the new bishop of the diocese of Crookston, Minnesota, USA.
The dicasteries of the Holy See as seen from the inside: history, objectives and “mission statement,” how the structures that support the Pope’s ministry function. Interview with the president, Cardinal Miguel Ángel Ayuso Guixot.
In the week that saw Pope Francis formally open the Synod of Bishops, Archbishop Eamon Martin, Auxiliary Bishop Michael Router, and the Synodal Core Group for the Archdiocese of Armagh, in Northern Ireland issue a pastoral letter inviting the faithful to “walk together” to build a richer and more dynamic Church
Pope Francis receives in audience a delegation from the Campus Bio-Medico University Hospital of Rome and commends its work and Christian approach to healthcare.
A group of seventeen missionaries including their children, have been kidnapped at gunpoint in Hati by a notorious street gang and are being held for ransom. The national Bishops' Conference Committee for Justice and Peace has expressed preoccupation and concern.
In its upcoming General Assembly in Baltimore, the United States Conference of Catholic US Bishops (USCCB) will approve a statement on the Eucharist and discuss a three-year National Eucharistic Revival plan.
Pope Francis remembered the victims of violence over the past week in attacks taking place in Norway, Afghanistan, and the UK. He also recalled the beatification of Fr. Juan Elías Medina and 126 companions martyred in Spain in the 1930s.
Addressing pilgrims gathered for the Sunday Angelus, Pope Francis invites us to ask the Holy Spirit to renew the grace of Baptism in us, the immersion in Jesus, in his way of being, in service.
Pope Francis ordains two new bishops during Holy Mass in St Peter’s Basilica on Sunday, telling them their life is one of service and closeness to others.
Cardinal Vincent Nichols of Westminster and Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby, head of the Anglican Communion, have joined politicians from across the political spectrum and other world leaders expressing shock and sorrow at the news.
The annual initiative on October 18 is organized by Aid to the Church in Need (ACN), a pontifical foundation.
The Holy See’s representative to specialized institutions in Vienna, Austria, on Friday participated in an event organized in Warsaw, Poland, to mark the 30th anniversary of the establishment of the Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE).
In a video message, Pope Francis invites participants in the IV World Meeting of Popular Movements to dream and work together through solidarity and subsidiarity in order to build a better society and emerge better from the Covid-19 pandemic.
Talitha Kum International Coordinator, Sr. Gabriella Bottani, speaks to Vatican Radio about empowering the new generation in the fight against human trafficking.
Cardinal Cristoph Schönborn recounts his recent visit to Syria, highlighting the tragedy for the young people who have been forced to flee.
Following his audience with Pope Francis, Armenian president Armen Sarkissian speaks with Vatican Media about relations with the Holy See, and his memories of the Popes.
Pope Francis will travel to the town of Assisi on 12 November for a private meeting with the poor.
Schools, banks and government offices across Lebanon shut down after hours of gun battles between heavily armed militias killed seven people and terrorized the residents of Beirut. The government has called for a day of mourning.
In a message to the Director General of the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization, Pope Francis says we must adopt “innovative solutions” to transform the way we produce and consume food “for the well-being of people and of the planet.”
“Emerging from Covid for the better” framed a 2-day conference for people responsible for the ongoing formation of priests in England and Wales.