Pope Francis Changes For Mass In Bolivian Burger King

Pope Francis, before celebrating Mass in the Christ the Redeemer square in Santa Cruz, used the nearby Burger King as a makeshift sacristy.

Official uCatholic Android App

Download the official uCatholic App for Android devices FREE from the Google Play Store

U.S. Supreme Court Legalizes Same Sex Marriage

The United States has ruled 5-4 in Obergefell v. Hodges that the Fourteenth Amendment requires a state to license a marriage between two people of the same sex.

The Vatican Condemns Charlie Hebdo Massacre

The Vatican on Wednesday condemned as "abominable" the actions of at least two gunmen who opened fire at the headquarters of the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in Paris on Wednesday, killing 12 people. The gunmen fled the scene shortly after carrying out the crime.

Topless FEMEN Protesters Kidnap Baby Jesus From Vatican Nativity Scene

A topless FEMEN protester tried to kidnap Baby Jesus from the manger at St. Peter's Square in Vatican City after the Pope's Christmas message on Thursday. The activist was stopped and arrested in front of shocked believers.

White House Credits Pope Francis For Facilitating Cuba Deal

According to White House officials Pope Francis played a instrumental and pivotal role in the historic normalization of relationships recently announced between Cuba and the United States.

3 Members Of Pope Francis’ Family Die In Car Crash

A car crash in Argentina killed three members of Pope Francis’ extended family Tuesday — including his 8-month-old and 2-year-old grand-nephews — and seriously...

Pope Prays At Cemetery for Aborted Children

On his Apostolic Trip to South Korea, The Holy Father Pope Francis made one of his most poignant and direct pro-life gestures by making a solemn visit to a memorial cemetery for aborted children.

Pope Addresses South Korean Leaders In English

Pope Francis’ first major address during his Apostolic Voyage – to Korea’s political and civil leaders – was also one of his first speeches in English.

Meriam Ibrahim Arrives Safely In Rome, Meets Pope Francis

Meriam Ibrahim, the 26-year Sudanese woman who was sentenced to death by Muslim authorities for marrying a Christian man has been release and arrived safely in Rome and met with Pope Francis at the Vatican.

Follow uCatholic

1,029,797FansLike
54,689FollowersFollow
8,568FollowersFollow
18,598SubscribersSubscribe