Actor Harvey Keitel in set to appear in a new movie on Fatima, RNS reports.
All eyes will turn today to the much-anticipated visit at the Vatican between Pope Francis and Donald Trump. The planet itself may pay heed, as well, writes Brian Roewe on NCR.
Pope Francis decried the "barbaric attack" on concertgoers in Manchester, adding his voice to Catholic leaders dismayed at what officials said was the deadliest case of terrorism in Britain since 2005, CNS reports.
This Saturday, May 27, we commemorate a significant political event in Australian history – the 1967 Constitutional Referendum, writes Dani Larkin in Eureka Street.
With homelessness on the rise, the NSW Branch of the Order of Malta is expanding its efforts to provide healthcare and protection to those in need, Catholic Outlook reports.
To help mark National Palliative Care Week 2017, a new set of principles for the delivery of palliative and end-of-life care for the aged has been released, Melbourne Catholic reports.
Former public service leader Stephen Sedgwick has been appointed to chair the restructured NSW Catholic Education Commission, Broken Bay Bishop Peter Comensoli announced yesterday.
The Salesian Missions are seeking donations to help Solomon Islanders recover from January’s earthquake.
Pakistan has stepped up its controversial crackdown on social media users running an "organised" campaign against the country's armed forces, UCAnews reports.
People working in Catholic and government school systems are the experts when it comes to ensuring individual school communities get the funding they need to provide a quality education, says the National Catholic Education Commission.
The sins committed most frequently in parishes and groups are bad-mouthing and backstabbing, Pope Francis said, CNS reports.
A Canberra-based support service for children and families has begun its 50th year by receiving almost an entire shop-full of donated baby items for families in need, Catholic Voice reports.
Iron ore magnate and philanthropist Andrew "Twiggy" Forrest and his wife Nicola have announced Australia’s largest philanthropic donation of $400 million for a variety of social and scientific causes, The Australian reports.
The banning of rosaries and religious icons from car dashboards because of safety concerns has prompted an outcry in the Philippines, reports 7 News.
The Turnbull government's ultimatum to asylum-seekers to submit claims paperwork by October 1 would deny many access to a fair process, says the St Vincent de Paul Society.
The Australian Catholic Women's Mentoring Program has the "potential to transform lives", says one of its organisers, the ACBC Media Blog reports.
An academic has questioned whether disadvantaged families should have fewer children to stem the rising numbers of young people being placed in out-of-home care, the Sydney Morning Herald reports.
Forty Koreans were welcomed into the Church at Easter through baptism - the largest group of catechumens in the Brisbane Archdiocese this year, The Catholic Leader reports.