Christmas at the Vatican
Pope Francis’ first Advent and Christmas at the Vatican look set to be much like his predecessors,’ but with the possibility of a few surprises.
Curial reform, knowns and unknowns
The new archbishop serving in one of the most powerful posts in the Vatican said Wednesday he knows Francis intends to reform his office but not how.
Really Peter's bones?
When Pope Francis cradled the box said to contain the remains of St. Peter, he reignited a debate over the authenticity of ancient church relics.
The campaign against Christmas
Letter from the Ontario jail
Shroud on display again
Francis' two differences
Pope Francis has made it known that he wants to distinguish himself on at least two points from the popes who preceded him.
Facts and truths
When those in the public sphere hold up scientific theories as irrefutably factual in order to justify their goals, skepticism is in order.
The birth-control battle
We're always being told how religious people are trying to impose their values on others. The truth is the exact opposite.
Up from Anglicanism
Walking dead Catholics?
Science disproves miracles!
The truth about the "Mandate"
The Obama administration, to justify its widely criticized mandate for contraception and sterilization coverage in private health plans, has posted a set of false and misleading claims on the White House blog.
A Clown Mass
Honestly, you simply won't believe your eyes.
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