Tech-savvy Catholics can now up their game with the ‘Click to Pray’ eRosary from the Vatican. Yes, this is a real thing.
For the last 50 years, it’s been possible to buy a dress, a ring and a veil, and get married to Jesus in the Catholic Church.
There’s a certain decorum one is expected to uphold when becoming a priest, which certainly doesn’t include drugs and a hankering for Nazi goods.
If you were to list the jobs you might think Pope Francis had growing up I’m pretty sure bouncer would be right down the bottom. Alas, we know he likes to spring a surprise on us now and again.
This Pope Francis doesn’t mind saying something a little controversial. Some of his comments have angered many in the Catholic Church, get up to date here.
Pope Francis has proven rather popular in the Philippines this last week, with Sunday’s mass pulling in a ridiculous number of religious revellers.
The Independent is reporting that Pope Francis has stated that non-believers would be forgiven by God if they followed their consciences. Here’s exactly what he said:
Archbishop Tutu is set to deliver a commencement address at a Catholic university in the States this month, but his visit has drawn the ire of several Catholic groups who claim the Arch’s views are not a good fit for the institution that invited him. They have some petitions going, the University has yet to speak out, and we’ve got the full skinny on their righteous campaigning to stop the Arch, after the jump!