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The head of the Catholic Church’s child safeguarding watchdog in Ireland said he is encouraged by the latest audits of the handling of abuse allegations by dioceses and a religious congregation.
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A Vatican-convoked commission of doctors concluded a healing attributed to Blessed John Paul II had no natural explanation, according to Italian news reports.
Following Jesus means belonging to the Church, the community that gives Christians their identity, Pope Francis said.
The Romanian Catholic bishop of St. George, based in Canton, Ohio, no longer ministers just to Romanian Catholics in the United States, he also has formal responsibility for all Romanian Catholics of the Byzantine rite across Canada.
Pope Francis may publish his first encyclical this year, the Vatican spokesman said.
A priest from Honduras says the United States is repeating the same errors in Central America as it did in the 1980s, and his country is suffering as a result.
Even with modern scientific technology, the Shroud of Turin continues to baffle researchers.
The Belgian bishops’ conference criticized an attack on its president, Archbishop André-Joseph Léonard of Mechelen-Brussels, during which he was soaked with water by half-naked women.
Visiting Rio de Janeiro, the chief organizer of papal trips confirmed Pope Francis will participate in the key events of World Youth Day July 23-28, and he said other parts of the papal trip are being tailor-made for the new pope.
There are many theories as to why the murder trial of Philadelphia abortion doctor Kermit Gosnell is getting sparse media coverage. But it is hard to avoid the conclusion that the decades-long government cover-up of Gosnell's grotesque abortion clinic is being perpetuated by the media.