Over the centuries, the priesthood has survived existential threats ranging from martyrdom to the French Revolution.
Now it faces a new danger – being replaced by AI algorithms.
In a meeting with some of the world’s leading theologians, the Jesuit pope extolled the “feminine” character of the Church
Virtual interactions over genuine face-to-face communication are reshaping personal relationships
The center is part of efforts to build a more vibrant, evangelizing, and missionary church, says Cardinal Goh
Nations with more people unaffiliated with religions tend to welcome same-sex marriage more, finds Pew survey
Despite warnings from the authorities street vendors are forced to pay protection money to underworld crime groups
Efforts to rescue 41 men trapped for nine days have been slowed by falling debris, repeated breakdowns of drilling machine
Li urged evangelization and spirituality along the direction of sinicization promoted by the Chinese Communist Party
Religious leaders can become ‘catalysts for change’ by transcending religious and cultural boundaries, says Cardinal Guixot
Our Editorial Director reflects on the responses of the Dicastery for the Doctrine of the Faith to questions concerning the celebration of baptism and transsexual and homosexual persons
They participate in traditional rituals and practices to strengthen family ties, live in harmony
Such families are more of a social reality for the Church in Asia than they are in other parts of the globe