Two of its charities will lose tax-exempt status, but the church still may not have to pay a cent.
Pope John Paul I served for just 33 days as pontiff in 1978 before his abrupt death.
Amy Tielu's pastor father has come to accept her identity.
The Holy Trinity Cathedral in Auckland is to be consecrated, 60 years after construction began.
Denmark looks set to become the next European country to restrict the burqa and the niqab.
The Secular Education Network says some religious classes have parallels with child grooming.
The man's offending allegedly occurred over a three-year period.
Last year he opened the door to accepting Catholics who have been through a divorce and remarried.
Attacks by Rohingya militants triggered a crackdown that the UN has branded ethnic cleansing.
"When he puts his power on display, it's never without reason. There's a purpose."
The ad depicted several gods sitting down to a barbeque
Fight of the Gods is being labelled "extremely offensive" and "disrespectful".
Dr Raymond Richards implied Muslims are less productive employees on account of their prayer schedule.
More than 2.3 million people visited Saudi Arabia for the five-day ritual.
Pope Francis has called on a delegation of South Korean religious leaders to promote reconciliation.