Advertisements
15.5 C
London
Thursday, June 4, 2020
- Advertisement -

TAG

vatican

Vatican closes inquiry into 1983 disappearance of 15-year-old girl

The Vatican has formally closed its latest investigation into the 1983 disappearance of an employee’s 15-year-old daughter after digging up a Holy See cemetery...

Vatican’s envoy to France facing ‘sexual aggression’ probe

The Paris prosecutor's office has opened an investigation into alleged "sexual aggression" by Luigi Ventura, the Vatican's envoy to France, according to a judicial...

Pope’s leading Vatican critic blames homosexuality for abuse crisis

The Vatican ambassador who accused Pope Francis of rehabilitating a disgraced ex-American cardinal is repeating his criticisms, saying the “scourge of homosexuality” in the...

Top Vatican cardinal will return to fight Australia sex-charges

Pope Francis' financial adviser is being charged in Australia with multiple counts of historical sexual assault, in a stunning move certain to rock the...

Police question Vatican cardinal about Australian sex abuse allegations

Australian police flew to Rome to interview a senior Vatican cardinal about allegations of sexual assault dating back decades. Cardinal George Pell, the senior financial...

Pope imposes new financial accountability regulations after gross abuses revealed

Pope Francis has imposed new financial accountability regulations on the Vatican's multimillion-dollar saint-making machine after gross abuses were revealed in two books. The rules require...

Cardinal admits ‘scandalous’ response to abuse allegation

One of Pope Francis's top advisers acknowledged that the Catholic Church "has made enormous mistakes" in allowing thousands of children to be raped and...

Former Vatican accountant acquitted of corruption

An Italian monsignor who was fired from his job as a Vatican accountant has been acquitted of corruption. Prosecutors alleged that Monsignor Nunzio Scarano was...

Vatican leaks trial delayed for a week

A Vatican judge has granted more time for the defence to prepare for a trial over the leak of confidential documents. The documents detailed alleged...

Vatican fires monsignor after he comes out as gay

The Vatican has fired a monsignor who came out as gay on the eve of a big meeting of the world’s bishops to discuss...

Latest news

France will not hold Bastille Day parade amid Covid-19 crisis

French troops will not march on the Champs-Elysees avenue on Bastille Day this year. The French presidency says the traditional military parade will be replaced...

Johnson urges world leaders to focus ‘collective ingenuity’ on Covid-19 vaccine hunt

Boris Johnson has urged world leaders to join together and focus their “collective ingenuity” on the search for a coronavirus vaccine that is affordable...

European Central Bank increases support to countries ravaged by pandemic

The European Central Bank has boosted its pandemic emergency support programme by 600 billion euros to 1.35 trillion euros in an effort to keep...

Israel’s Benjamin Netanyahu slams West Bank settlers for anti-Trump remarks

Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu has harshly criticised Jewish West Bank settler leaders for disparaging President Donald Trump over what they perceive to be...

Hong Kong legislature outlaws insults to China’s national anthem

Hong Kong’s legislature approved a contentious bill that makes it illegal to insult the Chinese national anthem. The legislation was approved after pro-democracy opposition politicians...
- Advertisement -