All Things Catholic: Catholicism and secularism in Denmark; the next U.S. ambassador to Vatican, and the pope on Twitter.
Vatican City and Vienna: Why was Austrian Fr. Helmut Schüller stripped of his "monsignor" title? No one seems to know.
The Vatican has stripped the founder of the Austrian Priests' Initiative of the title of monsignor days after he announced an international meeting of all reform groups for 2013
To celebrate the launch of his new Twitter account, Pope Benedict XVI will tweet the answers to a handful of questions from his followers.
The pope's rare question-and-answer exchange on the social media site shows the church doesn't just want to teach the truth, but also to listen to others, said Archbishop Claudio Celli, president of the Pontifical Council for Social Communications.
The archbishop and other Vatican officials spoke at a news conference Monday to reveal the pope's new Twitter account @Pontifex.
Explaining why they found a Vatican computer technician guilty of aiding the papal butler who stole private papal correspondence, Vatican judges said they found much of his testimony hard to believe.
John Allen: The pope on Saturday published new papal rules directing bishops to exercise greater vigilance and control over Catholic charitable activity.
The Vatican on Thursday blasted the press for focusing too narrowly on whether animals were present when Jesus was born, saying media coverage of Pope Benedict XVI's new book on Jesus' childhood missed the book's key message.
Writing on the front page of L'Osservatore Romano, the Vatican's semiofficial newspaper, Spanish theologian Jose Maria Gil Tamayo labeled the "media confusion" as another "symptom" of the "widespread and silent marginalization of God" in contemporary society.
The consistory over Thanksgiving weekend that saw the elevation of six new cardinals belonged to the whole world, not just the West.
Bourgeois: "The Vatican and Maryknoll can dismiss me, but they cannot dismiss the issue of gender equality in the Catholic Church."
NCR Today: Bishops, priests and religious should wear the formal long robes of a cassock during most occasions when visiting Rome, a high-ranking Vatican official has said.