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Vatican’s doctrinal office and heads of Asia’s doctrinal commissions conclude meeting

A delegation of the Vatican’s Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (CDF) and chairpersons of the doctrinal commissions or representatives of Asia’s bishops’ conferences concluded a 4-day colloquy in Bangkok, Thailand, on witnessing to the Gospel in the continent.

‘Gospel Truth’ for January 20, 2019

Listen to this week's edition of our reflections on the Gospel reading for the second Sunday in ordinary time, prepared by late Jill Bevilacqua.

Pope: ‘ Kenya attack senseless act of violence’

Pope Francis has expressed closeness to all those affected by an attack on a Nairobi hotel complex.

Pope urges Italian police at the Vatican to charity, brotherhood, mercy

Pope Francis on January 17 met the Inspectorate of Public Security at the Vatican to exchange New Year’s greetings.

Word of God is not ideology, it is life that makes us grow

What does it mean for a Christian to have a “perverse heart,” a heart that can lead to faintheartedness, ideology, and compromise? That was the theme of Pope Francis’ homily Thursday morning at the Mass at Casa Santa Marta.

Pope at General Audience: address God as a child would his father

Pope Francis continued his catechesis on the "Our Father" during the weekly General Audience in the Paul VI Hall, telling those present always to trust in His love.

Nairobi hotel complex comes under attack

An upmarket hotel complex in Kenya's capital Nairobi has come under attack Tuesday, with an explosion and heavy gunfire.

Pope urges Asian Church to promote unity and integrity of faith

Pope Francis has sent a message to the Presidents of Doctrinal Commissions of Asian Bishops’ Conferences, who are meeting in Thailand.

Panama Archbishop to WYD pilgrims: ‘The Church and society need you'

With World Youth Day 2019 set to begin in just over a week, Vatican News’ Massimiliano Menichetti sat down with Archbishop José Domingo Ulloa Mendieta of Panama City.

Poland's popular Gdansk Mayor dies after attack during charity event

Poland’s government says Gdansk Mayor Pawel Adamowicz has died from stab wounds a day after being attacked onstage by an ex-convict at a charity event. He was 53. His death has shocked Poland as Adamowicz played a crucial role in the pro-democracy movement during the late 1980s and became a popular leader.