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A leading Scottish Catholic academic, commentator and Vatican adviser says the Cardinal O'Brien affair provides an opportunity for the Church to reform itself.
At an inter-religious service organized by the Vatican, a church leader has advocated “expressions for peace and the mutual respect for the dignity of the other”.
Catholic bishops in England and Wales have been in touch with the Holy See to ask if a papal honour given to Jimmy Savile can be rescinded posthumously.
The World Council of Churches has sent a warm message to the general assembly of bishops of the Catholic Church on the anniversary of the Second Vatican Council.
Former Catholic Archbishop of Milan and papal candidate Cardinal Carlo Maria Martini's final comments on the Church are that it is “200 years out of date”.
Cash strapped as it seeks to avoid the European debt crisis, Italy's parliament is debating a measure to force church-owned properties to pay property taxes.
The Vatican has made public an English-language statement from the Pontifical Council for Health Care Workers for World AIDS Day 2011.
The Vatican has set the scene for the twenty-sixth international conference organised by the Pontifical Council for Health Pastoral Care this week.
The head of Austria's Catholic church has agreed to give one of his parish churches to Orthodox Christians, after the Catican agreed to the transfer.
Pope Benedict XVI has met with Metropolitan Hilarion, the Russian Orthodox Church's chief ecumenical affairs officer, at Castel Gandolfo.