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Liz Dodd is Home News editor at The Tablet

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  1. Screened out: is a new prenatal test for Down's syndrome eugenics by the back door?
  2. Turn a meatless Lent into a veggie way of life...and protect the environment, says Liz Dodd
  3. No place like home
  4. What will your legacy be? Liz Dodd investigates an increasingly popular way to support charities
  5. ‘Now we are foreigners’: how Brexit changed the landscape for immigrés
  6. A meeting of minds
  7. School Report – St Anselm’s College, Birkenhead, Merseyside
  8. Working together
  9. Asia’s new killing fields: Is the Church doing enough to stop the extrajudicial deaths?
  10. Pope Francis authorises the canonisation of Mother Teresa
  11. Nichols calls for end to religious violence as PM lauds UK's Christian roots
  12. Extremism will be beaten by love and a warm welcome for refugees, says Welby
  13. AP McCoy among prominent Catholics recognised in new year's honours list
  14. Archbishop of Canterbury pushing his own liberal agenda, says MP
  15. Bishops reject married priesthood and General Absolution
  16. Anglicans plan to fast-track black and ethnic-minority clerics
  17. Catholics honoured in New Year list
  18. MP attacks Welby’s New Year Message as left wing
  19. Inquiry launched into Maguire murder
  20. Comprehensive new guidelines to help tie the knot
  21. Cardinal reveals details of Church’s anti-trafficking work
  22. Walsingham lands a £4 million donation
  23. ‘Much respected advocate’ dies
  24. Gallagher to meet top politicians during landmark UK visit
  25. Bishop made case for mercy at Synod on Family
  26. Mother Teresa to become saint this year
  27. BBC to examine Britain's 'new Christianity' in Holy Week
  28. Conservative peers accused of sabotaging Islamic State genocide debate
  29. Cameron declines to recognise IS atrocities as genocide
  30. Fatherhood in crisis, says Egan
  31. Cameron: ‘We are a Christian country and we are proud of it’
  32. Victims of alleged abuse drop case against Salford diocese
  33. Archbishop Sentamu: Government’s living wage will keep people in poverty
  34. News Briefing: from Britain and Ireland
  35. News Briefing: from Britain and Ireland
  36. DNA test reveals Archbishop of Canterbury's father was Churchill's private secretary
  37. Little Sisters leave Preston
  38. News Briefing: from Britain and Ireland
  39. Cardinal Nichols: UK would face problems if it left the EU
  40. News Briefing: from Britain and Ireland
  41. Davies to launch controversial LGBT group in Shrewsbury
  42. Conservatives ‘wrong’ to dismiss Amoris Laetitia
  43. Female theologian targeted in vicious online campaign
  44. Britain and Ireland Briefing: Amoris Laetitia a fillip for divorced and remarrieds
  45. News Briefing: from Britain and Ireland
  46. Brompton provost backs Brexit as a vote for ‘greatness and freedom’
  47. News Briefing: from Britain and Ireland
  48. Runaway abbot arrested in Kosovo
  49. News Briefing: from Britain and Ireland
  50. News Briefing: from Britain and Ireland
  51. Service marks Roehampton’s anniversary
  52. Order denies allegations it awarded knighthoods for political influence
  53. News Briefing: from Britain and Ireland
  54. Bishop urges caution on human-animal hybrids
  55. Cardinal Nichols condemns upsurge in racist attacks post Brexit
  56. Heythrop Principal resigns as doubts cast on Roehampton partnership
  57. Bishops’ Conference criticised over failure to support Heythrop
  58. News Briefing: Britain and Ireland
  59. Dominicans to scale back and refocus work in Britain
  60. Government awards millions to support church repairs
  61. Deal between Heythrop and Roehampton collapses
  62. News Briefing: from Britain and Ireland
  63. News Briefing: from Britain and Ireland
  64. Theologians intervene as Heythrop merger collapses
  65. Parishes join community scheme to support fleeing Syrians
  66. Archbishop of Westminster unites with Muslim leaders to condemn Rouen attack
  67. News Briefing: from Britain and Ireland
  68. Cathedral to commemorate Sir Roger Casement
  69. Paris churches asked to welcome Muslims to Mass
  70. Police urge UK priests to 'review their security plans' after murder of Fr Hamel
  71. News Briefing: from Britain and Ireland
  72. Goddard hounded out of job, allege abuse victims
  73. London priest pleads guilty to child sex abuse
  74. News Briefing: from Britain and Ireland
  75. News Briefing: from Britain and Ireland
  76. Rotherham sex inquiry chief to replace Dame Lowell Goddard
  77. Church must play role in reform of inhumane prison system, says Cardinal
  78. News Briefing: from Britain and Ireland
  79. Ordination does not bestow superiority, says Cardinal Nichols at conference for priests
  80. News Briefing: from Britain and Ireland
  81. News Briefing: from Britain and Ireland
  82. Inquiry prompts more abuse claims
  83. News Briefing: from Britain and Ireland
  84. Retiring bishop defends decision to allow traditionalist group into diocese
  85. News Briefing: from Britain and Ireland
  86. Salesians apologise for child sexual abuse
  87. News Briefing: from Britain and Ireland
  88. Homeless charity wins landmark battle over tax
  89. 'Sped-up' independent abuse inquiry could deliver by 2020, says new Chair
  90. News Briefing: from Britain and Ireland
  91. Dioceses prepare to close Holy Doors
  92. Church launches guide to death for digital age
  93. News Briefing: from Britain and Ireland
  94. News Briefing: from Britain and Ireland
  95. Urgent call for prison reform
  96. News Briefing: from Britain and Ireland
  97. News Briefing: from Britain and Ireland
  98. ‘Explosion’ of Confessions during Holy Year, says Nichols
  99. Pope Francis' 'sorrow' at death of former Cuban leader Fidel Castro
  100. Catholic Worker farm makes urgent appeal for funding
  101. News Briefing: from Britain and Ireland
  102. Catherine Pepinster to step down as The Tablet editor at the end of 2016
  103. News Briefing: from Britain and Ireland
  104. News Briefing: from Britain and Ireland
  105. Supporters rally after Jimmy Mizen café ransacked by thieves
  106. Prince Charles: Christians suffering persecution is like the suffering of the Holy Family
  107. ‘Anarchy is loosed upon the world’: Cardinal urges care for poor in Midnight Mass homily that acknowledges global uncertainty
  108. Pope Francis calls for urgent help for victims of violence worldwide and prays for peace in Christmas message
  109. Follow Saint Mother Teresa’s example to change the world, Queen urges in Christmas message
  110. Vatican approves annual service in Southwark Cathedral to mark Oscar Romero's martyrdom
  111. News Briefing: from Britain and Ireland
  112. Faith schools bearing brunt of headship recruitment crisis
  113. News Briefing: from Britain and Ireland
  114. Church of England expresses remorse for violence and persecution of Catholics during Reformation
  115. News Briefing: from Britain and Ireland
  116. Vatican’s ambassador to Britain to return to Rome after six years
  117. Church apologises for sexual abuse of children in Northern Ireland
  118. News Briefing: from Britain and Ireland
  119. Church of England resists calls to change doctrine on marriage but pledges support for gay Christians
  120. Culture of ‘post truth’ colludes with deeds which ‘sing the tunes of evil’, Welby warns
  121. Trump's travel ban 'violates justice', say UK Church leaders
  122. News Briefing: from Britain and Ireland
  123. News Briefing: from Britain and Ireland
  124. Parishioners will help prepare couples for marriage under new process
  125. Church of England Bishops back to the drawing board after Synod blocks gay marriage report
  126. News Briefing: from Britain and Ireland
  127. News Briefing: from Britain and Ireland
  128. News Briefing: from Britain and Ireland
  129. Bishops in ecumenical academies plan
  130. News Briefing: from Britain and Ireland
  131. Bishop denounces culture of ‘flawed, secular equality’
  132. News Briefing: from Britain and Ireland
  133. 'Divided life' of Martin McGuinness ended with appetite for peace, say Church leaders
  134. News Briefing: from Britain and Ireland
  135. McGuinness’ ‘divided life’ ended with appetite for peace
  136. Money worries a ‘major cause’ of relationship breakdown
  137. Pope Francis to take over as chairman of San Lorenzo, despite promise not to watch TV
  138. News Briefing: from Britain and Ireland
  139. News Briefing: from Britain and Ireland
  140. News Briefing: from Britain and Ireland
  141. News Briefing: from Britain and Ireland

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