The arcane organisation with roots in consolidating colonial rule in Ireland is trying to modernise.
The state recently joined New York and others in launching its own investigation into the ongoing scandal.
Martin Kofi Danso, who sells himself as a prophet, reportedly told a parishioner God would kill her if she had his child—which she did.
The Catholic cleric will stand trial over claims of sexual assault.
“People come with their baskets containing eggs, bread, salt, horseradish, ham. Egg is the main component because it’s the symbol of life.”
In the Polish capital, All Saints’ Day is a time to remember saints, martyrs, and loved ones—and to gorge on delicious sweets known as pańska skórka, sold at makeshift stalls in the city’s cemeteries.
"Hosts that are completely gluten-free are invalid matter for the celebration of the Eucharist."
In the Philippines, one of just two countries on the planet where divorce remains illegal, these women are trying to get divorce legalized by a notoriously brutal government.
Christmas Carol Service Accidentally Prints Lyrics to Tupac’s “Hail Mary” Instead of 15th Century Prayer
“Revenge is like the sweetest joy next to gettin' pussy,” read the program at the Joy to the World Catholic Festival in Sri Lanka.
Christianity mixes with Javanese architecture and Hindu imagery at Java's Colonial-era Sacred Heart of Jesus Christ Church.
Father William Dailey is a noted priest and lawyer who is currently the Thomas More Fellow at Notre Dame’s Center for Ethics & Culture. During his off-hours, however, he’s a major cocktail geek.