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‘Pure scandal’: Pope Francis slams pay disparity between men & women
Pope Francis in a highly emotional appeal called for equal pay for men and women during his weekly General Audience in St Peter’s Square, Rome.

29.04.2015 16:09

​Bin Laden-linked terror cell planned Vatican attack – prosecutor
Italian police have issued 18 arrest warrants for Sardinia-based terror suspects with Al-Qaeda links who may have been planning an attack on the Vatican. Two of the alleged jihadists are believed to be former bodyguards of Osama Bin Laden.

24.04.2015 12:22

‘Don’t close door to immigrants’: Pope slams ‘corruption’ addressing crowds in Naples, Italy
Hundreds of people have come to listen to Pope Francis in Naples, Italy. The pontiff slammed the mafia and corruption adding that the country’s problems also included shutting out immigrants and making people redundant.

22.03.2015 08:58

​‘It’s a slippery slope from yoga to Satan’ – Irish priest
A Catholic priest in Northern Ireland cautioned against practicing yoga and receiving Indian head massages, saying that those who take such risks with their “spiritual health” are opening themselves up to “Satan and the Fallen Angels.”

21.02.2015 19:52

Hells bells! Austrian sues Catholic Church to stop nighttime chiming
An Austrian man worn out by the nighttime chiming of Linz’s landmark New Cathedral is suing the parish to silence the bells. His lawyers even sent letter to Pope Francis seeking the pontiff’s intervention in the legal battle.

08.02.2015 14:44

Down-to-earth holy leader: 12 reasons why Pope Francis is cool
The leader of the worldwide Catholic Church isn’t just known for the usual papal expressions of love, kindness and faith. Pope Francis has also touched millions with his off-script pronouncements and deeds, as well as his 'normal' behavior.

22.01.2015 14:54

Pope: When religion insulted, freedom of expression not boundless
There are limits to freedom of expression when religion is insulted, Pope Francis has said in reference to the cartoons in the French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo. However, he also pointed out that killing in God’s name is an "absurdity."

15.01.2015 12:19

Topless FEMEN activist ‘kidnaps’ Baby Jesus from Vatican nativity scene
A topless FEMEN protester tried to kidnap Baby Jesus from the manger at St. Peter's Square in Vatican City after the Pope's Christmas message on Thursday. The activist was stopped and arrested in front of shocked believers.

25.12.2014 19:19

‘Children are victims of violence, trade and trafficking,’ Pope says in Xmas message
Children continue to be victims of violence, trade and abuse across the world, a fact bringing “so many tears” this Christmas, Pope Francis said in his Christmas message. He specifically decried the Pakistan massacre in which mostly children died.

25.12.2014 14:01

‘Serious institutional homophobia’ in Church of England, says Bishop
The Church of England – Britain’s official state church – has been accused of “serious institutional homophobia” and of having “inertia and ignorance” of same sex couples by one of the UK’s most senior Anglican bishops.

24.12.2014 15:35

Celibacy could cause child abuse, landmark Catholic report admits
Obligatory celibacy could have contributed to child sex abuse in the Catholic Church, a group of Australian archbishops has admitted, becoming the first-ever Catholic institution to publicly acknowledge the potential link.

12.12.2014 06:34

‘Hidden death penalty:' Pope Francis calls for end to life sentences
Pope Francis has renewed the Catholic Church’s call to eliminate the death penalty, going one step further to blast life sentences and urge countries to prohibit the practice of transferring prisoners to torture centers.

24.10.2014 03:20