Apparently, either Ghanaian Cardinal Peter Turkson or Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze should be a slam dunk.
At St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome, a jubilant crowd greets Pope Francis
As deliberations over who will be the next Pope continue, cardinals at the Vatican Conclave are more shut off from the outside world than ever.
How will you hear “Habemus Papam!” (We have a Pope!) first?
You’ll find “Ave Maria”, but not “Livin’ on a Prayer”.
A smarmy cardinal tries to manipulate the College of Cardinals.
His cassock was several inches too short, his sash was the wrong colour and, instead of a skull cap, he wore a fedora. But Ralph Napierski somehow managed to get through a Vatican checkpoint and mingle with Cardinals.
As Pope Benedict XVI steps down today he’ll also bid farewell to the Swiss Guards — an elite military unit that has guarded Vatican City for centuries and played a unique role in his papacy.
According to a large-scale survey of secular and religious feelings toward sexual activity, Catholics are no more likely to feel guilty about sex than many other religious people.
“In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth,” the opening words of the King James Version bible, words you might call the crust on a piece of creation-angled bread in a figurative sandwich that it seems harbors a …
A new gallup survey of American churchgoing finds a few new trends among the godly and nonbelievers.
When he steps down at the end of February, Benedict will be moving just next door into a disused convent.