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Vatican reports $78 million deficit, cites pandemic as having negative impact...

VATICAN CITY -- The Vatican reported the Roman Curia had a $78 million deficit in 2020, and on the same day, the Administration of...

Pope Francis will have a busy four days while visiting Hungary...

VATICAN CITY — Pope Francis’ September trip to Hungary and Slovakia features a jam-packed schedule that shows he has no intention of slowing down...

As unrest continues, Pope Francis expresses closeness with Cuban people

VATICAN CITY — Pope Francis expressed his closeness to the people of Cuba a week after protests erupted on the island nation. In his first...

Pope Francis expresses gratitude to Gemelli hospital staff for care during...

VATICAN CITY  -- Pope Francis expressed his gratitude to the medical staff at Rome's Gemelli hospital after his recovery from intestinal surgery. "Upon returning from...

Pope Francis will remain in hospital as he recovers from surgery;...

VATICAN CITY -- Despite initial estimates of requiring a week of inpatient care, Pope Francis will continue his recovery as a patient at Rome's...

Pope Francis greeted with shouts, applause appearing from balcony while recovering...

VATICAN CITY -- Pilgrims and well-wishers gathered at Rome's Gemelli hospital to greet Pope Francis as he made his first public appearance in a...

Cardinal Angelo Becciu among Vatican principals to face trial in case...

VATICAN CITY -- In an unprecedented move, Vatican prosecutors have indicted 10 individuals and entities, including Cardinal Angelo Becciu, former prefect of the Congregation...

Pope Francis says church must set aside any ‘merely theoretical message...

VATICAN CITY -- To truly reach out to families, the Catholic Church first must learn to listen to their concerns rather than doling out...

Myanmar’s Cardinal Bo pleads for peace after bombing kills four people...

ROME  -- Cardinal Charles Bo of Yangon, Myanmar, pleaded for an end to violence after a deadly mortar attack in his country claimed the...

Pope Francis on Pentecost: Holy Spirit ‘impels us to unity, to...

VATICAN CITY  -- The Holy Spirit's gift of comfort and solace is meant to unite all men and women and not take sides with...

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