Collaboration with researchers of every culture and religion contributes to dialogue between Church and modern world.
Over 100,000 pilgrims attend Mass in St Peter’s Square and ponder the question 'Who am I?'
Italian nun who knew Fr Frans van der Lugt tells CatholicIreland.net he was man of dialogue.
We will not take one step backwards in dealing with this problem Pope assures.
Human trafficking is “an open wound on the body of contemporary society”.
Vatican announces location for Holy Thursday ceremony.
Edition includes a prayer by Blessed John Henry Newman and the Chaplet of Divine Mercy.
1994 genocide recalled as Rwandan bishops meet Pontiff in Rome.
Orb inscribed: “Pope Francis to His Royal Highness Prince George of Cambridge."
"What we are seeing is a major repositioning of the Church internally and in its relationship to the world.”
Unanimous vote by Belfast City Hall to invite Pope Francis on an official visit.
Cardinal O’Malley among bishops who celebrated Mass at Mexican border on Tuesday.
"People need to see confession as something that can make their lives whole again."
Irish members of L'Arche rejoice to see meeting of two men "with same heart".
Kildare & Leighlin, Cork & Ross, and Kerry to host 24 hours of confessions.
The sins of the media are misinformation, calumny and defamation.
Four women among three clergy and five laity from eight different countries on panel.
Mafia urged to stop their evil deeds and convert before they end up in hell.
Aim of prayer action is to have at least one church in every diocese open to offer confession.
"Temptation to acclaim the things we like and shy away from other aspects of his teaching."
St Joseph is a model for all fathers and educators.
Sales surpass all expectations as Veritas considers possible fifth print run.
Malaysian authorities not excluding possibility that plane was hijacked.
Church must generate enthusiasm for the future rather than fear: Bishop McKeown.
Dublin display shows reality of the suffering Jesus endured for us.
Pontiff “has truly captured the imagination, hearts and minds" of the people of Ireland.
Francis urges Religious Institutes to be transparent in administering their assets.
Pontiff relates how he stole rosary cross from the coffin of a great confessor.
Collection of essays will be presented to Pope Francis in Rome next week.
Some of his most significant comments concern the role of women in the Church.