Catholic Journalist Could Face Prison Time for Using “Wrong Pronoun to...

A Catholic journalist is under investigation for tweets that allegedly "misgendered" an individual, under UK law punishable by up to six months in prison.

Kenyan Friar Who Gives His Salary to Poor Students Wins $1...

A Franciscan friar and science teacher in rural Kenya won the Global Teaching Award and a $1 million prize for his work with poor students in his community.

Pope Francis Wouldn’t Let Pilgrims Kiss His Ring as a “Simple...

The viral video showing Pope Francis refusing to let pilgrims kiss his ring was a "simple matter of hygiene," says the Vatican spokesman.

Pope Francis: Confession Needs to Be Restored “to the Place It...

Pope Francis called for the Sacrament of Confession to be restored "to the place it deserves," elevated in Catholic life and ministry.

Hagia Sophia to Become a Mosque Says Turkey’s President

Currently a UNESCO World Heritage Site and museum, Turkey's president has vowed to make the Hagia Sophia a mosque.

Pope Francis: Homosexual Tendencies “Are Not a Sin”

Pope Francis said homosexual tendencies are "not a sin," and parents who see signs of "strange things" in their children should consult a professional.

Painting of Jesus by Leonardo Da Vinci That Sold for $450...

The savior of the world is missing: a painting of Jesus Christ by Leonardo da Vinci, the Salvator Mundi, disappeared after selling for $450 million in 2017.

Catholic University of America Students Vote to Ban Porn on Campus

The student government of the Catholic University of America voted in favor of asking administration to block pornographic websites on campus internet.

Pope Francis Sets Nine-Year Old Cancer Patient on Path to Sainthood

Pope Francis recognized the "heroic virtues" of now Servant of God Nelson Santana, a nine year old cancer patient now on the path to sainthood.

Read: Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI Pens Essay Addressing Abuse Crisis in...

Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI penned an essay addressing abuse within the Church, tracing its origin and suggesting solutions for the crisis.

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