The pope fired the head of his security detail and called in a mafia prosecutor to get to the bottom of secret London apartments, and what happened to money in his charity fund.
The French author of a shocking book on gay priests inside the Vatican suggests a climate of blackmail and secrecy prevents whistleblowers from coming forward.
Jorge Mario Bergoglio has revolutionized the Catholic Church's vision for the future. But enemies within—and an ongoing predator priest scandal—threaten his humanistic message.
The Vatican’s highest ranking official ever to stand trial on charges of criminal sex abuse still has his job in Rome.
A mysterious firing and a new report on the Vatican’s creative bookkeeping begs the question: Why does no one ever get in trouble for laundering money at the Holy See?
Nosy neighbors are never a good thing. Especially if you are a monsignor hosting orgies and your neighbors are cardinals.
If media reports are right, Callista Gingrich will soon be U.S. ambassador to the Holy See—and face the daunting task of living in the Eternal (and often infernal) City.