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The Pope's butler stole private documents from the pontiff's office as part of a campaign to rid the Vatican of "evil and corruption", it was claimed on Monday as a judge ordered him to stand trial. Paolo Gabriele, a 46-year-old father of three who
Pope Benedict XVI , has told Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone , Vatican secretary of state, he feels "sorrow" over "unjust criticism" leveled at his longtime aide. The pope's letter, dated Monday, was released Wednesday, Catholic News Service reported.
Italian media have leveled "unjust criticism" at Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone. Benedict praised the "enlightened advice" he receives from Bertone, the Vatican's secretary of state, saying it has been a "particular help" in recent
Pope Benedict XVI set aside the disappointment of his native Germany losing to Italy in Thursday's semi-final and congratulated the Italian President Giorgio Napolitano. A spokesman for the 85-year-old said: "As Bishop of Rome, Benedict XVI shared
The pope has accepted the resignation of an Argentine bishop photographed frolicking on a Mexican beach with a woman, one of several personnel changes announced Tuesday by the Vatican before the pontiff heads off for summer vacation.
The pope has made several Vatican appointments before heading off for summer vacation, but has left in place two of his closest advisers as the Vatican deals with continuing fallout from a scandal over leaked documents. Benedict on Tuesday named a
A scandal-hit Vatican, struggling to cope with years of bad press, has hired American Fox News correspondent Greg Burke to help modernize its communications strategy. "I hope to help the ancient communications machine take some steps forward," Burke
And he made no explicit reference to the Vatican's traditional position that the best way to prevent HIV transmission is to abstain from sex before marriage and remain faithful within marriage. Pope Benedict XVI made headlines in
Vatican Secretary of State Tarcisio Bertone has blasted journalists for allegedly lying and playing at being Dan Brown in their reporting of the leaking of confidential Church documents to the media. "Many journalists play at imitating Dan Brown,"
Pope Benedict XVI's deputy has denounced the continued leaks of Vatican documents and says the pope isn't intimidated by the "fierce" and "organized" breach of trust. Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone, the Vatican secretary of state,