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Central African Republic twins conjoined at head successfully separated at Vatican-owned...

VATICAN CITY -- After more than a year of preliminary studies and three difficult operations, a medical team at the Vatican-owned pediatric hospital successfully...

Vatican task force calls for a worldwide end to arms production

VATICAN CITY — Human health, peace, security and progress would be better served with a complete end to the production of weapons worldwide, said...

Guardian Angels: Safeguarding minors is a mandate, not a choice

VATICAN CITY — Concern and frustration with delayed and failed responses to abuse scandals in Poland culminated in a desperate appeal to Pope Francis...

Vatican’s top diplomat meets about Mideast with U.S., Israeli ambassadors

VATICAN CITY — Cardinal Pietro Parolin, Vatican secretary of state, met with the U.S. and Israeli ambassadors to the Vatican to express concern that...

Ignatius Press to publish Australia’s Cardinal Pell prison journal in hopes...

ROME — Ignatius Press will be publishing Australian Cardinal George Pell's prison journal and it is also appealing for donations it will give the...

God listens to everybody including sinners, saints, victims, and killers, Pope...

VATICAN CITY -- Everyone lives a life that is often inconsistent or a "contradiction" because people can be both a sinner and a saint,...

Five years after Laudato Si’ panelists at Vatican say it must...

VATICAN CITY  -- The coronavirus pandemic and ongoing global crises clearly indicate that Pope Francis' encyclical on caring for creation urgently needs to be...

Corrected history: Authors debunk myths tied to church controversies

VATICAN CITY — The Inquisition, the Crusades, the trial of the Knights Templar, the condemnation of Galileo Galilei and the role of Pope Pius...

Pandemic holds needed lessons on vulnerability, child advocate Sister Nuala Kenny...

ROME — While many safeguarding advocates are concerned the COVID-19 pandemic has diverted attention away from the church abuse scandal, Sister of Charity Nuala...

Pope Francis prays for those still hit by COVID-19, urges caution...

VATICAN CITY -- Pope Francis prayed for people living in countries where COVID-19 is still causing a huge number of deaths, and he cautioned...

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