IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF CHARLES DE FOUCAULD & "THE OLDEST IMAGE OF OUR LADY"
Charles de Foucald is among the saints canonized in the first ceremony in two years, meet the Assaf family, on a mission to welcome university students into their home, and discover the oldest image of the Virgin Mary.
SUPPORTING FUTURE OF THE CHURCH & 100 YEARS OF “KNIGHT OF THE IMMACULATE”
This week on Vaticano…new Swiss guards are being sworn in to defend the Pope, Roman Nights experts work to proclaim the message of the Gospel in modern times, and a historic Catholic magazine celebrates 100 years.
TORIES OF FAITH FROM UKRAINE & POPE FRANCIS’ MARIAN IMAGE
Pope Francis asks for new light on the Easter 2019 terrorist attack in Sri Lanka, the Pontifical Mission Society and EWTN celebrate Easter in Ukraine, and learn about the Marian image where the Pope frequently prays.
DIVINE MERCY & THE PASSION OF UKRAINE
On the next Vaticano…celebrate Easter with Eastern Christians and go inside the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross. Then, walk through Easterly decorated Rome, and learn about the need for Divine Mercy in our lives.
EASTER CELEBRATIONS RETURN TO ST. PETER'S SQUARE
After two years of Covid restrictions, Rome celebrates Easter in all its glory and Vaticano is there. Discover the mystery of Paschal Triduum, and one of the finest representations of the crucifix, the Cross of Cimabue.
A DOCTOR VISITS JESUS & THE STORIES OF THE TRUE CROSS
As Vaticano travels with Pope Francis to Malta, we bring you stories about the true cross of Jesus, how the Holy Friday collection helps Christians in the Middle East, and a doctor’s perspective on the death of Jesus.
POPE FRANCIS IN MALTA & THE FIRST CONCLAVE IN HISTORY
On Vaticano…the opening of the new Vatican palliative care center, a conference on Christianity and death of culture, Pope Francis’ upcoming apostolic trip to Malta and learning about the first conclave in history.
CONSECRATION OF RUSSIA AND UKRAINE TO MARY & PREVIEW OF THE APOSTOLIC TRIP TO MALTA
Vaticano previews the upcoming papal trip to Malta, and looks at the second secret of Fatima and its connection to the consecration of Russia. Plus, a discussion on Christianity and the relics of Jesus’ passion in Rome.
SYNOD ON SYNODALITY & VATICAN MUSEUM’S PROJECTS FOR 2022
On the 400th anniversary of the canonization of St. Ignatius, Pope Francis visits the first Jesuit church in Rome. We also update recent news from the Vatican, including the Synod on Synodality and the Vatican museum.
NATIONAL DAY OF THE HOLY SEE IN EXPO DUBAI & “ST. FRANCIS XAVIER - TO THE END OF THE EARTH”
Pope Francis’ marks the 9th anniversary of his elevation to the papacy, a new docudrama about St. Francis Xavier premieres 400 years after his canonization, and take a walk through the Lenten station churches in Rome.
PEACE FOR UKRAINE & THE THREE PIETÀ OF MICHELANGELO
As Vaticano prays for peace in Ukraine, we provide updates on recent news from the Vatican, visit an exhibition of the 3 “Pieta” of Michelangelo, and discover a conference dedicated to female doctors of the Church.
PREVIEW OF POPE FRANCIS IN FLORENCE & SECRET OF THE CONFESSION IS UNDER ATTACK
We recall the heroic life of Cardinal Eugene Tisserant, discover how the Apostolic penitentiary defends the secret of Confession and update Holy See events, including Pope Francis’ upcoming apostolic trip to Florence.
EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH MSGR. GEORG GÄNSWEIN & ST. IRENAEUS DOCTOR OF UNITY
Discover how the Vatican is marking the world day of the sick, learn about an unusual feast dedicated to St. Peter, hear an exclusive interview with Msgr. Georg Gänswein and travel to Terni, Italy to meet St. Valentine.
EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH MSGR. GEORG GÄNSWEIN
An exclusive interview with Msgr. Georg Gänswein, personal secretary of Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI, about the condition of the retired pontiff and his fight against paedophilia in the Catholic Church.
ARCHAEOLOGY AND FAITH & THE VATICAN FINANCIAL TRIAL
Vaticano updates the Vatican finance trial, and visits the relics of St. Valentine, the patron saint of lovers. And Pope Francis honors a Hungarian archaeologist for uncovering the martyrdom place of John the Baptist