Before the Vatican tribunal, Cardinal Becciu denied having committed any fault

The testimony had been awaited for more than seven months. Cardinal Angelo Becciu presented his version of the facts before the Vatican Tribunal on Thursday, May 5, facing allegations of embezzlement and financial mismanagement of which he is the subject. A defense he expressed in a lengthy statement read before the judges for two and … Read more

After 1,500 kilometers on foot, priest mothers call on the Pope to ease restrictions on the Latin Mass

These thirty women had left Paris in mid-March to reach Rome. They carried thousands of letters from religious and faithful belonging to the Tridentine Rite. The thirty mothers of French priests who left Paris on March 6 to walk to Rome arrived safely. They had planned to ask the Pope to relax so that priests … Read more

Chrism Mass: “A secular priest is a clericalized pagan”

During the Chrism Mass celebrated in St. Peter’s Basilica on Thursday, April 14, at which priests are invited to renew their priestly promises, the Holy Father addressed priests from all over the world. He urged them to “fix their eyes on Christ,” and specifically drew their attention to three hidden forms of idolatry that could … Read more