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Vatican plans expenditure cuts for 2021 without eliminating jobs or harming...

VATICAN CITY-- Revenue shortfalls and a current budget deficit require increased efficiency, transparency and creativity while working to continue to fully carry out the...

General absolution is permissible during pandemic, Vatican says

VATICAN CITY — Offering general absolution to the faithful without having them personally confess their sins first may still be done in places seeing...

Cardinal Robert Sarah, prefect of the Congregation of Divine Worship and...

VATICAN CITY (CNS) -- Pope Francis accepted the resignations of 75-year-old Cardinal Robert Sarah, prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Sacraments,...

Perseverance, latest probe on Mars, ‘an inspiration to the next generation...

VATICAN CITY -- As Perseverance, the latest probe on Mars, gears up to send to Earth high-definition images, video and audio of its surroundings,...

For Lent, Pope Francis says to ask if one’s life is...

VATICAN CITY -- Lent is a time to reconsider the path one is taking in life and to finally answer God's invitation to return...

Italian theologian Father Ermes Ronchi says ashes mark a beginning of...

VATICAN CITY — Ash Wednesday and Lent are a time to recall that new life emerges from the ashes and that spring blossoms from...

Two men named Francis offer guidance for media road map

VATICAN CITY — When Pope Francis met with a Catholic News Service delegation marking the agency’s 100th anniversary, he encouraged the agency to continue...

As regional coronavirus restrictions ease, Vatican museums reopen to the public

VATICAN CITY  -- As coronavirus restrictions eased slightly in most parts of Italy Feb. 1, the Vatican Museums reopened to the public after a...

Interreligious dialogue expert Margaret Karram elected president of Focolare movement

VATICAN CITY  -- Delegates to the general assembly of the Focolare movement elected Margaret Karram, an expert in interreligious dialogue, president for a six-year...

‘We must not look the other way’ regarding violence against women,...

VATICAN CITY — Abuses and violence against women are “acts of cowardice and a degradation of all humanity,” Pope Francis said. “We must not look...

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