Some parishioners at a New York City church where a newborn was left in a Christmas manger are interested in adopting the baby boy.
Italy’s civil aviation authority has suspended the licence of a helicopter pilot who flew low over Rome to drop flower petals during the over-the-top funeral of a purported local crime boss that has outraged city residents.
Britain: A vicar stopped from going in to a wine bar on Easter Sunday because he was wearing his trademark sandals hopes to return because they “do great mojitos”.
A 3-year-old boy who was among 13 people wounded in a late-night attack on a south-west Chicago park was alert when he arrived at the hospital and was apparently doing well, his family and friends said.
THE killing of Osama bin Laden, a man who was America’s face of evil for nearly a decade, left Christians, Jews and Muslims relieved, proud or even jubilant.
A US Roman Catholic priest has been sentenced to three years in prison after pleading no contest to stealing more than $1 million (€670,000) in church money and spending it on male escorts and a lavish lifestyle.
Relatives of gun spree killer Derrick Bird would apologise to his victims' families "if they had the strength", a close friend said today as memorial services were held to remember the dead.
A VATICAN spokesman says Pope Benedict XVI’s personal aide has visited the young woman who jumped over a barrier and knocked the Pontiff down in St Peter’s Basilica on Christmas Eve.
The Church of England “owes” an apology to Charles Darwin for misunderstanding his theory of evolution when it was first published nearly 150 years ago, a senior clergyman said today.
The Rev Sun Myung Moon, the founder of the Unification Church, known as the Moonies, was among 14 people injured in a helicopter crash in South Korea, fire officials said today.
The Rev Jesse Jackson has apologised for “regretfully crude” comments he made about White House contender Barack Obama’s speeches in black churches during what he thought was a private conversation.
The Rev Ian Paisley said he wished to build up a relationship between North and South tonight and pledged to continue working towards a political breakthrough.
A senior Roman Catholic Church leader met with imprisoned leaders of Colombia’s second-largest rebel group as part of stepped up efforts to secure the release of seven foreign hostages.
A right-to-die advocate in the United States is admitting he was with Rosemary Toole when she died in her Dublin flat, sparking a suicide investigation by gardai.
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