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  • The World seen from the Vatican 10-28-2020

    This week at the Vatican:
    Pope Francis announces that he will appoint new cardinals in November.
    He also advises Spanish prime minister on how to govern without submitting to ideologies.
    Pope Francis says same-sex couples have a right to be legally covered.
    Much more, at Rome Reports Premium.

  • Rome displays interesting process to create sculptures in Nepal

    Housed in the Fondazione Pastificio Cerere's building, in the popular San Lorenzo neighborhood in Rome, is the art exhibition “Mvaḥ Chā.” The name means “yellow mud,” and the exhibition illustrates the process used to create these unique works of art in Nepal.

  • Latin American youth light candles for peace during interreligious meeting

    Wearing traditional Peruvian outfits, Rosa and Katya prayed for the needs of their region during the International Meeting of Prayer for Peace. This was one of the highlights of the International Meeting of Prayer for Peace. The religious leaders, followed by young people from different parts of ...

  • Innovative software helps Church more effectively engage with parishioners

    The Tilma platform was created by the Vancouver-based tech firm, Glass Canvas, as a way to help parishes move “from a 'maintenance' mode to a 'mission first' mode.” “Tilma” is revolutionizing the way parishes interact with their members. JM Boyd, president of the Glass Canvas tech firm behind thi...

  • All Souls Day: Indulgences extended through month of November to avoid crowds

    A decree from the Apostolic Penitentiary seeks to prevent large gatherings in churches and cemeteries during the month dedicated to praying for the dead. With the pandemic still causing thousands of deaths all around the world, this year the month of November will take on even more significance. ...

  • Mancinelli, the tailor who worked for 3 popes

    Since 1962, he has made cassocks and liturgical vestments for priests, bishops and cardinals around the world. On Borgo Pio, a street parallel to the Vatican, an unassuming store is rich in papal history. It’s called Mancinelli Clergy and is owned by Raniero Mancinelli. He has been working in tai...

  • Franciscan friar revolutionizes Instagram using the Gospel

    Luis Antonio Salazar is a Capuchin friar whose desire to evangelize the world led him to conquer one of the most popular social networks.

  • Card. Parolin on deal with China: A seed sown on challenging land for the Church

    “I don't think there will be any immediate changes, but that's the Holy See's politics: a politics of small steps,” he says. The Holy See and China renewed for another two years, and experimentally, their agreement on the procedure for naming new bishops.

  • Belarusian opposition wins Sakharov Prize 2020

    Among the final candidates was the archbishop of Mosul, nominated because of his leadership when the Islamic State invaded. The democratic opposition in Belarus, led by Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya, was awarded the Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought, the highest form of recognition granted by the ...

  • Fr. Rob Galea launches new single, 3AM

    The lyrics behind this melodic and upbeat ballad represents a deep and personal meaning to the “singing priest.”

  • Pope at interreligious meeting: Religions do not want war

    The Community of Sant'Egidio in Rome hosted this international encounter to pray for world peace. The theme was “No one saves himself alone. Peace and Fraternity.” Simultaneous prayer services led by different religious groups took place in various worship sites in the Eternal City: the Jews in t...

  • Pope Francis reminds faithful of importance of genuine prayer

    At the General Audience, the pope explained that “genuine prayer” enables people, even at times of great distress, to look upon others with compassion and respect.”

  • Pope Francis: Never silence a crying baby in Church

    He reminded pilgrims that he wouldn't greet them personally because of the coronavirus. He also said that “if you truly pray, you will worry about others, even your enemies.” At the beginning of the General Audience, the pope made two announcements. One was a reminder that he would unfortunately ...

  • Human Fraternity Committee launches international award, calls for nominations

    Pope Francis and the Grand Imam al-Tayeb were the first honorary co-recipients of the Zayed Human Brotherhood Award. The Higher Committee for Human Fraternity has launched the 2021 Zayed Award for Human Fraternity with a global call for nominations.

  • Pope Francis wears mask during an international gathering for peace

    This is the first time Pope Francis celebrates an event following the WHO's main recommendations during the pandemic.
    Pope Francis initiated the interreligious ceremony for peace using a protective mask.

  • Nobel Laureate explains Zayed Award on Human Fraternity to Pope Francis

    A delegation of this award visited the pope to learn about proposals of candidatures. The Zayed Award was created in 2019, an award named after the founder of the United Arab Emirates and also associated with the pope.

  • Malaysia's first cardinal, Anthony Soter Fernandez, dies

    He was 88 years old and suffered from tongue cancer. The pope gave him the cardinal's biretta at the consistory on Nov. 19, 2016. Malaysia's first cardinal, Anthony Soter Fernandez, 88, died after suffering from tongue cancer.

  • Pope Francis recognizes 20-year-old Brazilian woman as martyr of purity

    Isabel Cristina Mrad Campos was stabbed multiple times after defending herself from a young man trying to rape her. During his meeting with the prefect of the Congregation for the Causes of Saints, Pope Francis recognized the martyrdom of Servant of God Isabel Cristina Mrad Campos, a Catholic lay...