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‘The devil exists’ and doesn’t want you to follow Jesus, pope...

Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY — A lot of people, even Catholics, think that talking about the devil is completely old-fashioned, but anyone who wants...

Pope Francis apologizes for clerical sex abuse, promises tough sanctions

Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY — “I feel called to take responsibility for all the evil some priests —large in number, but not in proportion...

Pope decides Vatican bank will stay in business

Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY — Pope Francis, accepting the recommendations of his international Council of Cardinals and other advisory groups, has decided the Vatican...

Pope honors slain Jesuit, pleads for peace in Syria — updated

Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY — Pope Francis said the assassination of “my confrere,” a 75-year-old Dutch Jesuit in Syria, “filled me with deep sadness and...

Sainted by pope’s decree: Three new saints for the Americas

Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY — Without a canonization ceremony, Pope Francis declared three new saints for the Americas, pioneers of the Catholic Church in...

Queen Elizabeth gives pope items from her estate — eggs, venison,...

Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY — In their first overseas trip in three years, Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II and her husband, Prince Philip, the Duke...

Pope says marriage is beautiful but, ‘sometimes plates fly’

Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY — Through the sacrament of matrimony, married couples are called to be living icons of God's love in the world,...

Boston cardinal, abuse survivor named to Vatican panel on protecting minors

Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY — Cardinal Sean P. O'Malley of Boston, four women— including a survivor of clerical sex abuse — two Jesuit priests...

Job creation stifled by economy that idolizes money, pope says

Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY — In making economic policies and decisions, solidarity is too often treated as “a dirty word,” yet the only way...

Job creation stifled by economic system that idolizes money, pope says

Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY — In making economic policies and decisions, solidarity is too often treated as “a dirty word,” yet the only way...

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