The Vatican announced the theme for the celebration of the 2019 World Day of Migrants and Refugees: "It is not just about migrants."
Pope Francis told leaders of global oil and gas companies that "time is running out" to solve the climate crisis, saying "decisive action" must be taken.
Acquired by the University of Notre Dame in England, the G.K. Chesterton Library will be made into a public exhibit for fans of the prince of paradox.
The Vatican Commission studying the possibility of a female diaconate has reached no consensus, requiring further study for a "definitive response."
Costa Rica is considering legislation that would threaten the seal of confession, inspired by a recently introduced California bill that would do the same.
President Trump's new 300 billion dollar tariff on trade with China provides an exception for bibles, but taxes rosaries and material items of devotion.
Pope Francis offered his prayers and spiritual closeness to the victims and relatives of victims of three recent shootings in the United States.
Pope Francis called the recent unexpected meeting between President Trump and Kim Jong-un "a further step on the path of peace."
On Stop Cyberbullying Day, Pope Francis and the Vatican will launch a 24 hour live broadcast to discuss solving online bullying with global experts.
Mass was celebrated at the Notre Dame Cathedral on Sunday for the first time in nearly two months after a devastating fire, all attending wearing hardhats.