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.
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.
The Pope’s annual dove-of-peace ceremony ends in a bird battle
He’s been dubbed “The George Clooney of the Vatican,” and now Archbishop Georg Gänswein, the dashing, blue-eyed private secretary to the Pope, graces the cover of the latest edition of Italian Vanity Fair, along with the …
In a landmark case the European Court of Human Rights has passed judgement on Nadia Eweida and three other individuals in the UK who claim their employers discriminated against them for their Christan beliefs.
In 55 wide-ranging lists, TIME surveys the highs and lows, the good and the bad of the past 12 months.
With the release of his new book, Pope Benedict XVI asks how much we really know about the birth of Christ