Conservative anti-gay Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano claims that Pope Francis is involved in a conspiracy seeking the "legitimization of homosexuality" in service to the "new world order."
The Australian cleric was sentenced to six years in prison, serving just over a year before his release.
Pope Francis' former treasurer who was acquitted of child sexual abuse on Monday was also the subject of an extemporaneous homily given on Thursday.
"I have consistently maintained my innocence while suffering from a serious injustice," Pell said Monday.
The archives, which open on March 2, chronicle a fraught period for the Vatican, during which time it remained silent about the Holocaust.
Calling the woman's actions "so violent," 'The Five' co-host Emily Compagno declared that the person who grasped the hand of Pope Francis deserved to be "choked out" by his security guards. "He's not Jesus."
The pontiff was greeting the faithful in the Vatican when a woman made a grab for his hand.
The leader of the Catholic Church spoke about the unconditional love of God and "the greater light of Christ" in his annual Christmas blessing and sermon at St. Peter's Basilica this week.
Vatican official Jodi Bertomeu Farnos wrote there is no link between celibacy or homosexuality with the current rash of child sex abuse cases in the Catholic church.
Gianluigi Nuzzi's new book, Universal Judgment, asserts that the Vatican will default by 2023. The Vatican has denied these claims, despite recent financial scandals.
As arguments about clerical celibacy and women's role in the church drag on, activists took out their anger on two statues of Pachamama, an indigenous symbol of life and fertility depicted as a nude pregnant woman.
"The Two Popes" tells the never-before-told story of Pope Benedict's efforts to groom Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio to become Pope Francis.
"In the ossuaries, there shouldn't be any recent bones, so if there are, even if it's not Emanuela Orlandi, it will be a problem for the Vatican."
Pontiff told Mexican TV "Those who build walls end up being prisoners of the walls they build."
The all-female board of Women Church World, which is published alongside the Vatican newspaper L'Osservatore Romano, gained international attention when it exposed the abuse of nuns by clergy, quit en masse over what it said was a campaign by the Holy See to sabotage the magazine's work.
Cardinal George Pell, a former Vatican treasurer, is the most senior member of the Catholic Church to be convicted of child sex abuse.
The existence of internal guidelines was revealed to a man seeking answers from the church after he found out his biological father was a priest.
Responsible leadership is about making constructive decisions, not destructive, so we can build a new world without destroying the old.
The large sum of money is traditionally donated to a Catholic charity, but the mayor wants to spend it on the city's infrastructure.
A former high-ranking Vatican official says that Pope Francis covered up allegations of sexual abuse in the church
The publicity stunt promises "an express lane to eternal salvation for Ireland's lapsed Catholics."
One of the more than 1,000 victims violated by Catholic priests decades ago comes forward to tell her story to Newsweek.
Paolo Glaentzer, 70, said "the devil tripped me" into abusing the girl.
Capital punishment is "an attack on the inviolability and dignity of the person," according to the church's new ruling.