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Pope warns against 'epidemic of animosity' as he appoints 17 new cardinals
Pope Francis has appointed 17 new cardinals of the Roman Catholic Church, 13 of whom are under 80 years-old making them eligible to replace him in future.
Pope prays with poor
Pope Francis on Friday (11 November) joined some 6,000 of Europe’s poor and homeless for a ceremony at the Vatican.
Pope Francis kick starts celebrations for 500th anniversary of Lutheran Church
Pope Francis has visited Sweden as 12 months of events leading up to the 500th anniversary of the Lutheran Church begin.
Vatican issues rules on cremation ashes
The Vatican has banned Catholics from keeping the ashes of loved ones at home.
'Police' pounce on picture of Pope
A larger-than-life mural was taken down by Rome’s so-called decorum police (cleaning authorities) on Wednesday (October 19), hours after it went up.
Germany: Catholic Church to pay compensation to Regensburg abuse victims
The Catholic Church agrees to pay compensation to victims of abuse spanning decades at a famous boys' choir school in Germany.
Pope Francis announces 17 new cardinals
Pope Francis announce the names of 17 new Cardinals that he will appoint next month, many of them from the developing world.
Pope holds mass for 'little flock' in majority Muslim Azerbaijan
Pope Francis has capped off his Caucasus tour with a flying visit to Azerbaijan.
Pope holds mass in Tbilisi as Orthodox Church stays away
Pope Francis celebrates Mass with just a few thousand Catholics in Georgia, one of the smallest crowds the pontiff has drawn in 16 trips abroad.
Abortion laws in Poland
New acting Latin Patriarch for Jerusalem voices his fears for Christianity in the Middle East
The new acting Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem has voiced his fears for the fate of Christians in the Middle East saying their presence in the region is under…
Pope Francis declares murdered French priest a 'martyr'
Pope Francis has described a priest who was killed by two Islamist extremists as a martyr.
Former Pope Benedict XVI speaks candidly about his papacy
Former Pope Benedict XVI has given a candid, book-length interview, outlining his likes and dislikes during his papacy.
Cuba celebrates patron saint
Hundreds of Catholic faithful walked through Havana’s historic central district to celebrate the feast of the Virgin of Charity, Cuba’s patron saint.
Pope shares pizza lunch with the poor
Pope Francis declares Mother Teresa a saint
Mother Teresa, the revered nun known for her work with the destitute in India, has been elevated to sainthood by Pope Francis.
Mother Teresa to be elevated to sainthood
Mother Teresa, the celebrated nun known for her work with the poor in India, will be declared a saint later today.
Heavy security for Lourdes pilgrimage
Tight security was in place in the French town of Lourdes on Monday as thousands of worshippers flocked for the annual Catholic pilgrimage.
Pope Francis has lunch with 21 Syrian refugees
Thousands attend murdered priest's funeral
Thousands of mourners have attended the funeral mass of Jacques Hamel, the Catholic priest murdered in his own church by Islamic extremists.
Poland: World Youth Days event conclude
The 31st World Youth Days ended on July 31 with the closing mass celebrated by Pope Francis.
Muslims attend Sunday Mass after terror killing of French priest
Many Muslims attended church in France this Sunday to show compassion for slain priest, Father Jacques Hamel, and solidarity with their Catholic compatriots.
Pope 'talks technology' as he ends World Youth Day in Poland
Pope Francis brought the Catholic Church’s World Youth Day in Poland to a close on Sunday.
Muslims across France attend Sunday Mass in wake of Normandy church attack
Muslims across France are attending Mass services this Sunday in a further show of solidarity five days after a deadly ISIL-claimed attack on a Catholic church in…
Pope Francis condemns 'devastating wave of terrorism'
Pope Francis is set to hold a mass on Sunday, to round off his five-day visit to Poland.