About 6,000 traditionalist Catholics left Paris’s Notre Dame Cathedral on Saturday morning on an 80-kilometre walk to Chartres Cathedral.
With just three days to go to the first round of the French presidential election, there's no shortage of balanced advice, sober analysis and rabble-rousing rant in today's French newspapers.
In Syria former UN secretary general Kofi Annan has brokered a plan to stop the fighting - but will it work? Spanish unions call a general strike. Ireland prepares to vote on another ...
You can have your politics any colour you like in this morning's media.
Pope Benedict XVI gave his Christmas message to thousands at the Vatican on Sunday, praying for victims of violence, famine and floods around the world.
Local politics, the pope, unemployment and the crushing defeat of the Spanish Socialists in Sunday's elections make up the front-page menu this Monday morning.
Italian fashion company Benetton has launched its latest shock-tactics advertising campaign with photomontages of
Last Wednesday world religious leaders gathered in the historic Italian town of Assisi for a show of solidarity for world peace, at the invitation fo the Pope.
There's not a glimmer of good, or even moderately good, news on this morning's French front pages.
In a long-awaited reaction to an official report, the Vatican has admitted "grave failures" over the handling of a child sex abuse scandal involving priests in southern Ireland but ...