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Cardinal Barbarin remains archbishop, takes leave-of-absence

Vatican City, Mar 19, 2019 / 09:25 am (CNA).- French Cardinal Philippe Barbarin will remain the Archbishop of Lyon, the Vatican announced Tuesday. According to a statement released by the Holy See..
CNA - Published

Vatican makes new overtures on eve of China's Xi Italy visit

The Vatican is greeting the visit to Italy of Chinese President Xi Jinping later this week with a new round of overtures and says the "door is always open" to dialogue.
FOXNews.com - Published Also reported by •Seattle Times

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'Marsquakes': Why Is Mars Trembling? [Video]'Marsquakes': Why Is Mars Trembling?

After months of delicate maneuvering, NASA’s InSight lander has finished placing its hyper-sensitive seismometer on the surface of Mars. The instrument is designed to solve mysteries about the..

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3-13 NOON 2 [Video]3-13 NOON 2

CARDINAL PELL TRIAL

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Cardinal Pell Sentenced To 6 Years For Sex Abuse [Video]Cardinal Pell Sentenced To 6 Years For Sex Abuse

Reuters reports Former Vatican treasurer Cardinal George Pell was sentenced to six years in jail on Wednesday for sexually abusing two choir boys in Melbourne in the 1990s. He will be registered as a..

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Former Vatican treasurer sentenced for sexual attack on choir boys [Video]Former Vatican treasurer sentenced for sexual attack on choir boys

Cardinal George Pell was sentenced to six years in jail on Wednesday for sexually abusing two choir boys in Melbourne in the 1990s.

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Australian Cardinal Pell convicted of sexual offences against 2 minors [Video]Australian Cardinal Pell convicted of sexual offences against 2 minors

Australian Cardinal Pell convicted of sexual offences against 2 minors

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Soul searching: Australia loses faith as sexual abuse cases pile up [Video]Soul searching: Australia loses faith as sexual abuse cases pile up

Catholicism remains Australia's largest religious affiliation, but George Pell's home town of Ballarat - like many towns around the country - may be starting to lose its faith. Ed Giles reports.

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Australian Cardinal George Pell jailed six years for abusing boys [Video]Australian Cardinal George Pell jailed six years for abusing boys

Judge accuses high-ranking Catholic Church official of 'callous indifference' to the suffering of two boys he molested.

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Australia Cardinal Pell Sentenced to Prison [Video]Australia Cardinal Pell Sentenced to Prison

According to Reuters, previous Vatican treasurer Cardinal George Pell has been sentenced to six years in jail by an Australian court for sexually abusing two choir boys during the 1990s at St..

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George Pell sentenced to six years in prison for child sex abuse [Video]George Pell sentenced to six years in prison for child sex abuse

Former Vatican treasurer Cardinal George Pell has been sentenced to six years in jail by an Australian court for sexually abusing two choir boys in Melbourne in the 1990s, and will be registered as a..

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Australia's Cardinal Pell sentenced to six years in jail for child sex abuse [Video]Australia's Cardinal Pell sentenced to six years in jail for child sex abuse

Former Vatican treasurer Cardinal George Pell is sentenced to six years in jail by an Australian court for sexually abusing two choir boys in Melbourne in the 1990s. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

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Cardinal Pell's lawyer says appeal is in process [Video]Cardinal Pell's lawyer says appeal is in process

Cardinal George Pell's lawyer Robert Richter left the Victorian County Court and told reporters that an appeal was "on foot" after his client was sentenced to six years in jail for sexually abusing two..

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Australia's Cardinal Pell sentenced to six years in jail for child sex abuse [Video]Australia's Cardinal Pell sentenced to six years in jail for child sex abuse

Former Vatican treasurer Cardinal George Pell is sentenced to six years in jail by an Australian court for sexually abusing two choir boys in Melbourne in the 1990s. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

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Australian Judge Sentences Cardinal George Pell To 6 Years In Prison [Video]Australian Judge Sentences Cardinal George Pell To 6 Years In Prison

The former Vatican treasurer is the highest-ranking Catholic Church official to be convicted on child sexual abuse charges.

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Cardinal Pell Sentenced to 6 Years for Sexual Abuse [Video]Cardinal Pell Sentenced to 6 Years for Sexual Abuse

The former Vatican treasurer is the highest-ranking Catholic Church official to be convicted on child sexual abuse charges.

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For First Time Ever, Pope Meets a President of the LDS Church [Video]For First Time Ever, Pope Meets a President of the LDS Church

History was made Saturday at Vatican City as Pope Francis met with President Russell M. Nelson of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

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The Day Michelangelo Was Born [Video]The Day Michelangelo Was Born

Some good history.

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French Cardinal Convicted of Covering Up Child Sexual Abuse [Video]French Cardinal Convicted of Covering Up Child Sexual Abuse

He's the highest-ranking Catholic official in France to be convicted of covering up child sexual abuse.

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Italy's Mormons get their first temple in Catholicism's cradle [Video]Italy's Mormons get their first temple in Catholicism's cradle

For Italy's 25,000 Mormons, their first temple that has been completed in Rome is a sign that they too are finally on the map in the heart of Christianity. Megan Revell reports.

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This Day in History: Michelangelo Is Born [Video]This Day in History: Michelangelo Is Born

This Day in History: Michelangelo Is Born March 6, 1475 Considered the most talented of the Italian Renaissance artists, Michelangelo Buonarroti was born in Caprese, Italy. He was the second of..

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School Of Fish Analyzed As Objects Of 'Active Matter' [Video]School Of Fish Analyzed As Objects Of 'Active Matter'

According to ScienceMag.org, "Physicists have long noted striking similarities between the movements of flocks of animals and the behavior of atoms and molecules. Now, one physicist has gone further..

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The Vatican Will Unseal Records About Holocaust-Era Pope Pius XII [Video]The Vatican Will Unseal Records About Holocaust-Era Pope Pius XII

Pope Francis announced a decision that promises to shed light on a controversial period of Vatican history: the Vatican will let historians access sealed documents about Pope Pius XII, who led the..

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Pope to open secret WW2 archive for Jewish groups [Video]Pope to open secret WW2 archive for Jewish groups

Some Jewish groups have long alleged that the Vatican turned a blind eye to the Holocaust. Now Pope Francis plans to open the secret archives of his predecessor Pius XII, stating, "the Church..

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Vatican To Open Secret Archives On WWII-Era Pope Pius XII [Video]Vatican To Open Secret Archives On WWII-Era Pope Pius XII

The secret archives will be open to researchers beginning in March 2020.

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Vatican to Open Archives on WWII-Era Pope Pius XII [Video]Vatican to Open Archives on WWII-Era Pope Pius XII

The secret archives will be open to researchers beginning in March 2020.

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Vatican: Pope Francis to open WWII-era archives to scrutiny [Video]Vatican: Pope Francis to open WWII-era archives to scrutiny

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Pope nixes French cardinal resignation after cover-up

VATICAN CITY (AP) — Pope Francis has declined to accept the resignation of French Cardinal Philippe Barbarin, who was convicted of failing to report a known predator priest to police. The Vatican..
Seattle Times - Published

Bishop's phone porn didn't involve minors, but questions remain on move to Vatican (Crux)

Pope Francis appointed Father Gustavo Zanchetta, now 55, as bishop of Orán, Argentina, in 2013. The prelate resigned in August 2017; four months later, the Pope named him an official of the the..
Catholic Culture - Published

Imitate the mercy of the Lord, Pope preaches at weekday Mass (Vatican News)

At a Mass celebrated in the chapel of Domus Sanctae Marthae on March 18, Pope Francis preached on Luke 6:36-38, the first reading of the day.
Catholic Culture - Published

Pope encourages members of Camillian family in their charism of serving the sick (Vatican Press Office)

The Camillian Charismatic Family comprises a men’s religious order, three women’s congregations, three secular institutes for women, and a lay organization. All are inspired by the life and..
Catholic Culture - Published

Pope deplores government corruption (Vatican Press Office)

Addressing magistrates of the Italian Court of Auditors, Pope Francis described financial corruption as “one of the most lacerating wounds of the social fabric, as it gravely harms both from an..
Catholic Culture - Published

Vatican Secretary of State assesses Holy See's relations with China (La Civiltà Cattolica)

“The proclamation of the Gospel in China cannot be separated from a stance of respect, esteem, and trust toward the Chinese People and their legitimate state authorities,” Cardinal Pietro Parolin..
Catholic Culture - Published

Pope Francis: 'Christianity without tenderness does not work'

Vatican City, Mar 18, 2019 / 01:17 pm (CNA).- Meeting with representatives of a charismatic group dedicated to caring for the sick, Pope Francis on Monday emphasized the need for tenderness as the..
CNA - Published

Vatican diplomat criticizes stigmatization of motherhood in some nations (Holy See Mission)

Archbishop Bernardito Auza, apostolic nuncio and Permanent Observer of the Holy See to the United Nations, addressed a meeting of the UN Commission on the Status of Women. He said that “while many..
Catholic Culture - Published

Vatican diplomat accused of corruption and romantic relationship while at UN (CNA)

Archbishop Francis Chullikatt was apostolic nuncio and Permanent Observer of the Holy See to the United Nations from 2010 to 2014. After two years without an appointment, Pope Francis named him..
Catholic Culture - Published Also reported by •Eurasia ReviewCNA

Pope praises cooperatives as alternative to statism, profit-centered capitalism (Vatican Press Office)

Pope Francis addressed members of the Confederation of Italian Cooperatives on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of its founding (video). Recalling that cooperatives were inspired by Pope Leo..
Catholic Culture - Published

Pope appeals for prayer, peace following New Zealand attacks (Vatican News)

Two days after his initial condemnation of the Christchurch mosque shootings, Pope Francis appealed for prayer at the conclusion of his March 17 Angelus address.
Catholic Culture - Published

French cardinal convicted in sex abuse scandal to meet pope

french cardinal convicted in sex abuse scandal to meet pope
VATICAN CITY (AP) - French cardinal Philippe Barbarin is meeting with the pope after having been convicted by a French court of failing to report a known pedophile priest to police....
WorldNews - Published Also reported by •Seattle Times

As Xi heads to Italy, Vatican says China should not fear Church

as xi heads to italy, vatican says china should not fear church
By Philip Pullella VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - A top Vatican official says China's government should not fear "distrust or hostility" from the Roman Catholic Church, writing amid speculation over whether..
WorldNews - Published Also reported by •ReutersReuters India

French cardinal convicted of abuse cover-up to tender resignation to pope

French Cardinal Philippe Barbarin, who received a six-month suspended jail sentence for failing to report sex abuse by a priest under his authority, is due to meet Pope Francis at the Vatican on Monday..
France 24 - Published

Cardinal DiNardo, head of US bishops' conference, suffers stroke (Vatican News)

Cardinal Daniel DiNardo of Galveston-Houston, Texas, the president of the US Conference of Catholic Bishops, was hospitalized on March 15 after suffering what archdiocesan officials described as a..
Catholic Culture - Published

Cardinal Barbarin meets with Pope; resignation expected (Vatican Press Office)

Cardinal Philippe Barbarin of Lyon, who last week was found guilty of covering up sexual abuse, met with Pope Francis in a private audience on March 18. The French cardinal had indicated that he would..
Catholic Culture - Published

Pope Francis calls for 'gestures of peace' in wake of mosque attacks

Vatican City, Mar 17, 2019 / 06:15 am (CNA).- Pope Francis called for gestures of peace to oppose hatred and violence Sunday in the wake of attacks on two mosques in New Zealand. “To the grief for..
CNA - Published

Patrick: The saint who knew what it was like to be a slave

Washington D.C., Mar 17, 2019 / 04:04 am (CNA).- Among the most popular saints today, Saint Patrick was a bishop and missionary to Ireland. However, he also spent several years as a slave, and once..
CNA - Published

Nicaragua police detain over 100 would–be protesters

Police fired tear gas at demonstrators in Nicaragua as they tried to take part in an anti-government protest, with over 100 people detained. Authorities later pledged to release them at the request of..
Deutsche Welle - Published

Cardinal DiNardo hospitalized after 'mild stroke'

Houston, Texas, Mar 16, 2019 / 06:33 pm (CNA).- The president of the U.S. bishops’ conference was hospitalized March 15 after suffering a mild stroke, according to a statement from the Archdiocese of..
CNA - Published

Vatican pushes back about work conditions at UN mission

The Vatican is pushing back against reports about work conditions at its U.N. mission under its former ambassador, in the latest scandal implicating the Holy See's diplomatic corps.
FOXNews.com - Published Also reported by •Seattle Times

Pope still hopes to visit South Sudan to promote peace

pope still hopes to visit south sudan to promote peace
VATICAN CITY (AP) — Pope Francis has met with the president of South Sudan and told him that he still hopes to visit the country "as a sign of closeness to the population...
WorldNews - Published Also reported by •Seattle Times

Global Outrage To New Zealand Terrorist Attacks On Mosques

Political, Muslim and leaders of other faiths expressed their disgust at deadly shootings at two mosques in New Zealand on Friday as some revealed their citizens had been caught up in the..
Eurasia Review - Published

On Lenten retreat, Pope Francis reflected on 'Gaudium et spes'

Rome, Italy, Mar 15, 2019 / 11:15 am (CNA).- Pope Francis said Friday that he senses resistance to Gaudium et spes, a document the pope said he reflected much upon during his Lenten retreat this..
CNA - Published

Pope Francis joins international community in mourning after New Zealand attacks

Vatican City, Mar 15, 2019 / 08:15 am (CNA).- Pope Francis mourned “senseless acts of violence” against innocent life after the New Zealand mosque attacks. On Friday, at least forty-nine people..
CNA - Published

'You could hear a pin drop when the victims spoke,' abuse commission member says of Vatican summit (Vatican News)

Father Hans Zollner, SJ, president of the Centre for Child Protection at the Pontifical Gregorian University and a member of the Pontifical Commission for the Protection of Minors, discussed the recent..
Catholic Culture - Published

Trump official praises role of Nicaraguan bishops in country's crisis (Crux)

“I can’t speak highly enough for the role of the Catholic bishops in Nicaragua and the Vatican, the nuncio, as well,” said Ambassador Todd Robinson, the State Department’s senior adviser for..
Catholic Culture - Published

What Catholic universities are doing to address the sex abuse crisis

Washington D.C., Mar 15, 2019 / 03:01 am (CNA).- Late last summer, as accusations of abuse against then-cardinal Theodore McCarrick surfaced, a grand jury report from Pennsylvania detailed decades and..
CNA - Published

Vatican newspaper: 'It is not too late to save the Earth' (L'Osservatore Romano (Italian edition, p. 1))

In an op-ed piece with a prominent front-page headline (‘Non è troppo tardi per salvare la Terra’) spanning four of the newspaper’s five columns, Gaetano Vallini drew attention to a new UN..
Catholic Culture - Published

Vatican spokesman sees Pius XII as bridge between 2 eras (L'Osservatore Romano (p. 9))

“Certain members of the press described him as the last representative of a Church that was anchored to the past, emphasizing only the discontinuity with his holy Successor [St. John XXIII],”..
Catholic Culture - Published

Papal condemnation of New Zealand mosque shootings (Vatican Press Office)

Pope Francis condemned a lone gunman’s bloody assault on a mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand, and offered his condolences to “all New Zealanders, and in particular the Muslim community.”
Catholic Culture - Published

As Lenten Retreat ends, Pope thanks preacher (Vatican Press Office)

Pope Francis thanked Abbot Bernardo Francesco Maria Gianni, OSB, the preacher for the Lenten Retreat, as he and the leaders of the Roman Curia finished their annual week-long spiritual exercises. The..
Catholic Culture - Published

Some Catholics Question Their Status – OpEd

A recent Gallup survey shows that news stories about clergy sexual abuse have Catholics questioning their affiliation with the Church. Before examining why, an analysis of the data is warranted; it..
Eurasia Review - Published

German bishops announce 'synodal process' on celibacy, sexual morality

Munich, Germany, Mar 14, 2019 / 05:27 pm (CNA).- Cardinal Reinhard Marx of Munich and Freising has announced that the Catholic Church in Germany is embarking on a "binding synodal process" to tackle..
CNA - Published

Dissident Catholics assail Vatican role at UN

A group of activist Roman Catholics asked the United Nations Thursday to revoke the Vatican's observer status for failing to protect the rights of women, children and the LGBTQ community.
FOXNews.com - Published Also reported by •Seattle Times

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