Caritas Switzerland has announced Visayan Forum president Cecilia Oebanda as the winner of an award for her work fighting child prostitution, child trafficking and child labor.
A woman who was rescued from the rubble of Christchurch’s earthquake tied the knot Friday, delivering a moment of joy amid the tragedy.
Newly appointed Vatican official Archbishop Savio Hon Tai-Fai says he made three petitions to God during his episcopal ordination, including a request for three more petitions.
L’Osservatore Romano described Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi as “merciless” as Pope Benedict called for an end to the unrest in Arab nations.
A California woman who was “ordained” to the diaconate has renounced her ordination and relinquished all connections to Roman Catholic Women Priests.
The Australian pilgrim centre in Rome, Domus Australia, will feature a portrait in its chapel of the lateVietnamese Cardinal Xavier Nguyen Van Thuan.
Students at the University of Caloocan in Manila have produced the latest version of their Virtual Rosary application.
Bangladesh police have arrested Catholic priest, Father Bernard Tudu, and nine other people over their alleged involvement in an out-of-court settlement concerning the rape of a young indigenous woman.
The Vatican believes that its top aid agency, Caritas Internationalis, needs new leadership to build a stronger Catholic identity within the organisation.
Pope Benedict has appointed three new auxiliary bishops to assist Archbishop Andre-Joseph Leonard of Mechelen-Brussels.
Amnesty International has urged the Indonesian government to repeat its commitment to protecting the right to freedom of religion.