The Vatican has started its own club to bring together cricket-crazy clerics from around the world.
More than 6,000 medallions to commemorate the start of Pope Francis’s papacy bore Lesus on them.
A gallery in Rome has removed photographs of same-sex couples kissing in churches after the Vatican threatened legal action.
Plus a girl dominating her pee wee football league, a trip to the Galapagos Islands in photos, and Bill Clinton doing an impression of Bono.
“A gay person who is seeking God, who is of good will — well, who am I to judge him?”
Yes, the Vatican is offering indulgences to those who follow Pope Francis on Twitter during World Youth Day, but that’s just one small part of their social media campaign.
Because for some reason it wasn’t already. Pope Francis also will impose tough penalties for staff who leak confidential Vatican information.
Argentina, we know you love your native son, but he was all, “Are you actually kidding me, Buenos Aires?”
Pope Francis is breaking tradition to grant Pope John Paul II and Pope John XXII sainthood by the end of the year.
He made the comments during a private audience with a Latin American Catholic organization.
Pope Francis answered children’s questions at a meeting with Jesuit school students at the Vatican.
And a bunch of other hilariously weird stuff.
Not only that, he also dreamed that Benedict would step down. Almost two weeks before Benedict resigned! Ah!
Visitors take photos with their phones and tablets of Pope Francis as he speaks from the central balcony of St. Peter’s Basilica at the Vatican.
Catholic women put on a demonstration during the conclave.
Yes, the white smoke is definitely from hamburgers.
Mostly though, he’s promoting a gambling website.
WARNING: This post is not for religious people!
How to talk about the papal conclave in a way that won’t annoy Catholics.
“One thing that we’ve learned in our trips to Rome in recent days, and weeks, and years is, they have the most annoying sirens on planet earth.”
Directed by Martin Scorsese. Just kidding.
The Vatican spent $30 million buying much of the property that surrounds Europa Multiclub, Europe’s largest gay bathhouse.
With gay rumors and rumored gay priests twirling about, this Vatican-edition of “Let’s Have a Kiki” is right on time. And because no one should ever kiki alone, here are some other parodies of the Scissor Sisters hit.
Pope says resigning is “not for my good but for the good of the church,” Reuters reports.
Reports of gay priests being blackmailed by male prostitutes are “unverified, unverifiable or completely false,” the Vatican said.
Because if he’s not, I’d like someone to explain how the hell he ended up in this Raphael painting at the Vatican.
Him? Fortunately, our prayers will be answered shortly.
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