The Pope asked Mgr Viganò to stay on as an ‘assessor’. What does this mean?
His book on the Lord’s Prayer shows a Pope determined to cut through the waffle
In the popular consciousness, nothing will be more effective in punishing Russia than sporting sanctions
‘One may be optimistic, but one can’t exactly be joyful at the prospect before us,’ the Civilisation presenter said
New figures show the scale of the challenge facing the bishops at this year’s youth synod
Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer brings her faith into the public square. Will it stop her speedy rise to the top of German politics?
What inspired Picasso to create multiple images of this most Christian of events?
The letter from Benedict has become the focus of attention. No one now cares about the books
As one journalist said, Cardinal Keith O’Brien was not a monster, he was a weak man
The question is more complicated than you may think