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Jewish husband and wife to be first married couple knighted by the Vatican

The founders of the Pave the Way Foundation have sought to improve relations between religions

An inside look at Venezuela: Bishops bring in-depth report to pope and curia

Forced displacement of people, naturally including catechists, keeps the country and the Church struggling.

Venezuela’s bishops in Rome: Requesting prayers as nation implodes

The regular visit to the pope has fallen in a year when the crises at home could hardly be more intense

Explore the secrets of the Sistine Chapel

Art historian Elizabeth Lev reveals the “unheard stories” behind one of the most famous buildings in the world.

US regulator responds to Vatican criticism of financial market practices

"We write to you as finance professionals striving to lead moral lives," the letter said. 

The Pope’s rep: Why do so many people come to Medjugorje every year?

Polish Archbishop Hoser, who had denounced "demonic actions" of the mafias at the Marian pilgrimage site, begins His mission as apostolic visitator.

Pope picks 1st layman to head a Vatican department

Dicastery for Communication now led by Paolo Ruffini, a longtime journalist

A drawing of a cockatoo in a 13th-century Vatican manuscript reveals unknown trade routes

The illustration was penned by the Holy Roman Emperor's own hand.

Selena Gomez uses her vacation time to meet Pope Francis

Her friends shared their brief pilgrimage on social media.

US returns letter from Christopher Columbus to Vatican Library

We may never know how the letter was taken from the Vatican unnoticed.

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