Italian police have arrested a suspected ISIS terrorist with plans to plant bombs in Saint Peter's Basilica on Christmas.
For his 82nd birthday, Pope Francis celebrated by hosting a party and eating cake with sick children under the care of a Vatican free health clinic.
A senior CDF official tasked with handling abuse allegation cases in Rome said there is "no logical connection" between abuse and clerical celibacy.
The Archdiocese of Los Angeles has filed a criminal complaint against two nuns who stand accused of embezzling over half a million dollars from a Catholic school.
In a historic visit to the United Arab Emirates, Pope Francis is scheduled to celebrate the first ever papal mass on the Arabian Peninsula.
After being charged with multiple sexual assault offenses last year, Cardinal George Pell has been found guilty of all counts related to sexually abusing two choir boys in the 1990s during his tenure as Archbishop of Melbourne.
In an interview Pope Francis addressed the topic of homosexuality within the clergy, saying those with deep seated tendencies cannot be accepted into consecrated life or ministry.
Archaeologists believe they have discovered the ring of Pontius Pilate, the Roman prefect of Judea who ordered the Crucifixion of Jesus.
As thousands flock to Washington, D.C to see the 96th annual National Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony, those in attendance will enjoy a performance of Joy to the World among other Christmas favorites by the Dominican Sisters of Mary.
Archaeologists have discovered a painting depicting the face of a young Jesus Christ in the ruins of an ancient church in the Israeli desert, one of the oldest in existence.