Positive Coronavirus Case Within Pope Francis’ Residence Confirmed

The Vatican didn't say if Pope Francis came into contact with the person who tested positive.

Becciu ‘Vigorously’ Denies Again Interference in Cardinal Pell’s Trial

Becciu denied, again, reports he stole Vatican funds to bribe witnesses and secure testimony during Cardinal Pell's trial.

Pope Francis Calls for Same Sex Civil Union Laws

In a new documentary on his time as pope, he said 'what we have to create is a civil union law - that way they are legally covered, I stood up for that.'

US Bishops Begin Election Day Novena

The USCCB says the novena will 'help Catholics form their consciences as they prepare for the upcoming election.'

Indulgences for All Saint’s & Soul’s Day Extended Throughout November

Their availability was extended to avoid excess crowds during the pandemic.

Holy See Renews Deals With China

Asked about the persecution of Catholics in China, Cardinal Secretary of State Parolin said: 'But, what persecutions - you have to use the words correctly.'

Pope Francis Announces 13 New Cardinals

Nine of the new cardinals are younger than 80, able to vote in future papal conclaves.

Pope Francis Will Celebrate Christmas Masses Without Pilgrims

The decision was made because of the rise of coronavirus cases in Italy.

2 More Swiss Guards Test Positive for Coronavirus

The world's smallest & oldest standing army had 2 more members test positive for coronavirus, after 11 tested positive earlier this month.

Pope Francis to Celebrate All Soul’s Mass at the Teutonic Cemetery

He will celebrate 'in a strictly private way, in the Teutonic Holy Cemetery, without the attendance of the faithful.'

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