Charlie Hebdo published a new issue with a cartoon of the right

The French satirical weekly magazine Charlie Hebdo returned yesterday to the newstands with a circulation of 2.5 million issues. In the new issue, Charlie Hebdo gathered in its cover drawing some of its favorite targets, including the Catholic Church, the French right and the...

Pope Francis urges bishops and religious to not cover up cases of pedophilia

Pope Francis demanded in a letter to the bishops and Catholic religious leaders around the world tp not cover up for any reason pedophilia cases. “There is absolutely no place in the ministry for those who abuse children,” said the Pope in the letter, so at the time...

The priests and the lay of Granada are free

Yesterday the three priests and the lay who were arrested for alleged sexual abuse of minors in Granada (southern Spain) were released with charges, including Father Roman, considered leader of the clan called ‘The Romanones.’ The judge of the Court of Instruction of...

Pope Francis says that the Church should not to fear to changes

Pope Francis chaired on October 19 the closure of a meeting of Catholic bishops which left in evidence deep divisions in the Synod around homosexuality and divorce. The pontiff said that the Church should not to fear to changes. Francis, who has said he wants a more compassionate...

Pope Francis criticizes religious people who “live like the rich”

Pope Francisco criticized clerics who live ostentatiously and prayed for the unborn at the third day of his visit to South Korea, which began with a crowded Mass in Seoul. The pontiff criticized the “hypocrisy of the dedicated men and women who profess vows of poverty, and...

Bishop is accused in Australia for child sexual abuse

The Australian justice imputed to Bishop Max Davis, who heads a military diocese of the Catholic Church in Australia, for alleged child sexual abuse committed in 1969, as resported by local media this Monday. Davis is the highest-ranking cleric in the Catholic Church and the...

Pope Francis leaves an open door to talk about celibacy

Pope Francis leaves an “open door” in the reform of priestly celibacy in the Catholic Church, a perception that he informed to the press during his return from the Holy Land. “The Catholic Church has married priests. Greek Catholics, Coptic Catholics … it...

Lesbian daughter is baptized by the Catholic Church with Kirchner as the godmother

The Argentine Catholic Church baptized this Saturday to the daughter of a lesbian marriage coupled with President Cristina Kirchner as the godmother, first case in the country, in a gesture of opening of the institution that the Pope Franciscon leads. Umma, conceived by...