Pope Francis' Global Request for the Holy Year of Mercy

The Holy Father, Pope Francis pleaded with Catholic Bishops in the whole World to set up a permanent Memorial that will forever remark this Holy Year of Mercy, by establishing hospital, home for the aged or school in an under-served area.; He asked this of them during the Divine Mercy Sunday Vigil on Saturday 2nd… Continue reading Pope Francis' Global Request for the Holy Year of Mercy

Several Statues of Virgin Mary destroyed during the Easter

During the Easter Period, three (3) statues of the Virgin Mary were brutally vandalized by unknown evildoers at a Catholic Church in  Burlington, MA. The Priest and Parishioners of the Church were saddened by the destructive acts on the statues, as it is an uttermost disrespect and abuse on their faith as Catholics Noting that… Continue reading Several Statues of Virgin Mary destroyed during the Easter

Post-Synod Conclusions of Pope Francis to be released

The Vatican has announced that the Papal exhortation of Pope Francis on the Synod on Family will be released on Friday 8th April. The Synod which discussed the issuance of the Holy Communion to divorcees and the civilly remarried as well as the Church’s pastoral approach to gay Catholics. The exhortation document is said by Vatican… Continue reading Post-Synod Conclusions of Pope Francis to be released

A touching Letter of Hope to an Unborn Child from a Survivor-mum of the Brussels terror attack

With respect to the bomb-blast at the Brussels Zaventem international airport last week, a mom who was present at the time of the chaos wrote a heart-touching letter to her unborn 16-weeks-old baby in utero, telling the baby  how the attack left her and the baby’s dad devastated. The Author of the letter, Sneha Mehta and her husband Sameep… Continue reading A touching Letter of Hope to an Unborn Child from a Survivor-mum of the Brussels terror attack

Bishop Mark Davies speaks about the “Reality of the Eucharist”

The Rt. Rev Mark Davies, Bishop of Shrewsbury in a sermon preached at the annual Mass of Chrism told priests that new vocations to the priesthood can only be found through recognizing the “reality of the Eucharist” and its intimate link with the ministerial priesthood. During the Mass of sacred Chrism, an event at which… Continue reading Bishop Mark Davies speaks about the “Reality of the Eucharist”

Full Text of the Rare Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI Interview

This interview was conducted last October and published by recently this month. The interview was granted by Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI to Fr. Jacques Servais, SJ. Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI in this interview showed his still intact scholarly ability, showing that the Holy Father’s mind remains sharp and clear even in retirement. Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI talked about the justification by faith, the… Continue reading Full Text of the Rare Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI Interview

Cardinal Sarah advice that Priests must not wash a woman's feet on Holy Thursday

Cardinal Robert Sarah, the prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship and Discipline of the Sacraments (The Vatican liturgy chief) has aired to Reporters in Rome that Priest are not obliged to wash the feet of women during the Mass of the Lord’s Supper on Holy Thursday. He made his point further clear by saying that a priest… Continue reading Cardinal Sarah advice that Priests must not wash a woman's feet on Holy Thursday

Mother Teresa to be Canonized on 4th September

Finally after Pope Francis’ last approval (on December 17th 2015) of a second miracle attributed to the Blessed Mother Teresa’s intercession, that healed a Brazilian man from Santos of his multiple brain tumor ; the Vatican has announced that Mother Teresa will be canonized on 4th September 2016. The Canonization Mass of the Blessed Mother Teresa will… Continue reading Mother Teresa to be Canonized on 4th September

Pope Francis shares gifts to mark his 3rd Anniversary as Pope

The Holy Father Pope Francis is three years in the Pontiff’s office as Pope of the Holy Roman Catholic Church. He became Pope on 13th March 2013 and is the 226th Pope in the Roman Catholic Church. Pope Francis making his three years as the Pope yesterday distributed a pocket-portable booklet of gospel according to… Continue reading Pope Francis shares gifts to mark his 3rd Anniversary as Pope

Britain's Catholic Church leader says Government's tactics to combating terrorism risk doing extreme damage

The leader of the Catholic church in England and Wales, Cardinal Vincent Nichols shared his reflections during a lecture last night and said that the Government’s counter-extremism plans risk doing extreme damage. The archbishop of Westminster, responding to a question from the former Business Secretary Sir Vince Cable, who asked what the cardinals thoughts were… Continue reading Britain's Catholic Church leader says Government's tactics to combating terrorism risk doing extreme damage

Patriarch Kirill unveils his secret plans of his meeting with Pope Francis

Since the Patriarch’s meeting with Pope Francis in Cuba there have been criticisms and talks against the meet, as the Orthodox and Catholic Churches have been in serious dispute since the eleventh century till date. The meeting came as a great surprise to almost everyone who heard it, as it surfaced in very sudden and quick… Continue reading Patriarch Kirill unveils his secret plans of his meeting with Pope Francis

Pope's plea to the Universe on Death Penalty

The holy Father, Pope Francis following his sunday angelus pleaded with the entire to rise-up against taking another person’s life via death sentence of any kind. He did not just pleaded for the abolition of death sentence, he as well pleaded that the conditions of prisons systems should be modified as to serve it’s true… Continue reading Pope's plea to the Universe on Death Penalty

Bishop Richard Moth Supports England and Wales Prisons reforms

Bishop Richard Moth, liaison Bishop for Prisons greatly appreciates the efforts and plans made so far to reform prisons across England and Wales which was launched by Michael Gove, the Secretary of Justice. “The Christian approach to prisoners is not a soft option. It is tough love – restoration and making amends for crime committed are all part… Continue reading Bishop Richard Moth Supports England and Wales Prisons reforms

Catholic Bishops releases Novena prayer for young single Catholics ahead of February 14th

In the run up to Valentine’s Day, Catholic bishops of England and Wales have released a novena prayer to give moral support to young people seeking a spouse ahead of St Valentine’s Day. Valentine’s Day a joyous festival which stands for love is celebrated on February 14 every year across the globe.  The festival is… Continue reading Catholic Bishops releases Novena prayer for young single Catholics ahead of February 14th

Bishop Philip Egan of Portsmouth appeals to the faithful in his diocese to focus on God’s mercy and forgiveness this Lenten season

In a pastoral letter to be read out loud during Mass in all churches on Sunday, Catholic Bishop of Portsmouth, Philip Egan appealed to the faithful in his diocese to always make a regular confession. In his letter Bishop Egan said: “I need to speak to you about something serious that some of you will… Continue reading Bishop Philip Egan of Portsmouth appeals to the faithful in his diocese to focus on God’s mercy and forgiveness this Lenten season

British actor Joseph Fiennes wept as he meet with Pope Francis

White British actor, Joseph Fiennes joined the pilgrims on Wednesday for the Pope’s weekly general audience at St. Peter’s Square at the Vatican City.  He was in Rome to promote his new film Risen, where he played the role of a man investigating the disappearance of Jesus Christ’s body after the crucifixion. He was accompanied… Continue reading British actor Joseph Fiennes wept as he meet with Pope Francis