Coronation ceremony marks turning point in Catholic-Anglican relations

- 9 May 2023 5

The coronation of King Charles III and his wife, Queen Consort Camila, marked a historic juncture in Catholic-Anglican relations, as it was the first time ... Read More

Synod: Laymen and laywomen eligible to vote at General Assembly

Catholic Voice- 4 May 2023 0

The Secretariat for the Synod announces that 70 “non-bishop members” appointed by the Pope—half of whom will be women—will be able to vote at the ... Read More

This Easter let’s not forget the millions of persecuted Christians

- 6 April 2023 0

Christians in North Korea are the most persecuted in the world. Open Doors’ global CEO Dan Ole Shani urges us to remember persecuted Christians this ... Read More

Ten years in, a look at some of Pope Francis’s top soundbites

- 28 February 2023 0

<div class="shadow relative z- bg-card-bg"> Pope Francis answers reporters' questions during a news conference aboard the papal flight on the journey back from Brazil, July ... Read More

Oceania bishops send prayers, condolences to Syria, Turkey

- 9 February 2023 0

The Catholic bishops of Oceania have sent a message of prayerful condolence and solidarity to Church and civic leaders in Turkey and Syria as the ... Read More

Surprise hit ‘Lourdes’ documentary, captures miracles of a different sort

- 7 February 2023 1

The documentary "Lourdes," showing in theatres on Feb. 8 and 9, follows the experiences of sick and disabled pilgrims who often seek consolation rather than ... Read More

Letter from Benedict XVI reveals the ‘central motive’ for his resignation, biographer says

- 31 January 2023 1

According to papal biographer Peter Seewald, chronic insomnia ultimately led to Pope Benedict XVI’s decision to resign in 2013.  In his last letter to the ... Read More