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Vatican financial regulator denies wrongdoing in London property buy

9:28pm IST

VATICAN CITY The Vatican's financial regulator on Wednesday rejected a prosecutor's accusations that it acted improperly over the purchase of a luxury building in London, raising the stakes in an awkward internal conflict for Pope Francis.

REFILE-UPDATE 2-Vatican financial regulator denies wrongdoing in London property buy

9:25pm IST

VATICAN CITY, Oct 23 The Vatican's financial regulator on Wednesday rejected a prosecutor's accusations that it acted improperly over the purchase of a luxury building in London, raising the stakes in an awkward internal conflict for Pope Francis.

Vatican denies book's allegations of impending default

1:04am IST

VATICAN CITY The Vatican on Tuesday dismissed allegations in a new book that the Holy See risks default in the next few years because of falling donations, financial mismanagement and corruption.

Vatican accuses conservative social media of fomenting hate after statues dumped

22 Oct 2019

VATICAN CITY The Vatican on Tuesday accused ultra-conservative Catholic social media of fomenting hate, a day after militants stole statues they considered pagan idols from a church and dumped them in the Tiber river.

Vatican accuses conservative social media of fomenting hate after statues dumped

22 Oct 2019

VATICAN CITY, Oct 22 The Vatican on Tuesday accused ultra-conservative Catholic social media of fomenting hate, a day after militants stole statues they considered pagan idols from a church and dumped them in the Tiber river.

Controversial Amazon statues stolen from Rome church, dumped in river

21 Oct 2019

VATICAN CITY Ultra-conservative Catholic militants admitted they stole statues they consider to be Amazon pagan idols from a church near the Vatican on Monday and dumped them from a bridge into the Tiber River.

Vatican security chief, papal bodyguard, steps down over leak

14 Oct 2019

VATICAN CITY Domenico Giani, the Vatican's longtime security chief and Pope Francis' main bodyguard, resigned on Monday over leaks related to an investigation into alleged financial wrongdoing in the Vatican.

Pope canonises British Catholic luminary John Henry Newman, four others

13 Oct 2019

VATICAN CITY Pope Francis on Sunday declared five people saints, including Cardinal John Henry Newman, a leading 19th century Anglican who converted to Catholicism and became one of the most influential Christian figures of modern times.

Pope urges respect for indigenous Amazon peoples at start of three-week gathering

07 Oct 2019

VATICAN CITY Pope Francis on Monday told an assembly of bishops discussing the Amazon region of South America that modern society should not try to impose its rules on indigenous people but respect their culture and let them chart their own future.

Pope urges conservatives to be open to changes in Church

07 Oct 2019

VATICAN CITY Pope Francis appealed to conservatives on Sunday not to be bound by the status quo as he opened an assembly of bishops to discuss the future of the Roman Catholic Church in the Amazon, including the possibility of introducing married priests. | Video

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