Funding seen as vital as government aid dries up
Could this be the start of a Vatican shake-up?
Warning issued against vote-buying and election fraud
Just short of 14 meters tall, the statue overlooks a popular pilgrimage site
Inhuman and scandalous forms of poverty and exclusion exist, says cardinal
Long running speculation over Pius XII and the Nazis may be put to an end
Pope Francis spoke of his 'closeness to the people of Iran and Pakistan'
Head of bishop's conference commission blames 'virtual world'
Let's not jump to conclusions, says Father James Martin
The world renowned TEDx forum rolls into Rome this week
Sculptor suspects Church seniors found the image too radical
El Shaddai leader defies appeal and publicly supports six candidates