|Public spat between German bishop, Swiss cardinal leads to private meeting in Rome
|Following demands for an apology and a threat he would “file an official complaint with the Holy Father,” the German Bishops’ Conference president met with a Vatican cardinal in Rome this week.
|Tourist who ‘wanted to see the pope’ smashes busts at the Vatican Museums
|A man visiting the Vatican museums in Rome on Wednesday flung two ancient Roman busts to the ground, causing moderate damage to the valuable works of art.
|Philly synod artwork misrepresented our views, Catholic students say
|Artwork based on a listening session for Philadelphia-area Catholic university students drew global comment and criticism after it was shared on Vatican social media. Organizers are now taking seriously some students’ objections that the art mislabels their images and misrepresents their professed Catholic faith.
|New EWTN poll: Where do Catholics stand on abortion ahead of the 2022 midterms?
|U.S. Catholic voters are split on the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, but a majority agrees that abortion should be restricted and that there should be at least some protections for the unborn.
|Catholics launch initiative in Spain to help fleeing Cubans
|With the increasing number of Cubans settling in Madrid, a group of Catholics has launched the Cobijo Project to welcome and help their compatriots to integrate into Spanish society.