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  1. #digitalrevolution: Pope Francis and the new social media savvy Vatican
  2. Marriage preparation: what to do before you say ‘I do’?
  3. Marriage preparation: what to do before you say ‘I do’?
  4. Marriage preparation: what to do before you say ‘I do’?
  5. Marriage preparation: what to do before you say ‘I do’?
  6. Pro-life groups respond to historic Belfast Court ruling on abortion
  7. Where the Spirit moves
  8. Interview: 30 minutes with Cardinal Charles Maung Bo from Burma
  9. Seven of the funniest questions put to the Pope
  10. Seven of the funniest questions put to the Pope
  11. Seven of the funniest questions put to the Pope
  12. The developing agency
  13. Burdens of office: Priests under pressure
  14. From Holy Father to father of six: our top 7 Catholic tweets of 2017
  15. What young Catholics want – the answers may surprise you
  16. Simone Biles’ response to abuse is as graceful and courageous as her gymnastics
  17. Relationship between China and Taiwan under microscope as DPP wins election
  18. Christian MPs visit the Jungle to highlight continued appalling conditions
  19. Christian faiths continue negotiations to set a date for Easter
  20. 'Hindu fringe elements' responsible for historic spike in persecution of Indian Christians
  21. Florida in state of flux after Supreme Court rules on death penalty
  22. Pope Francis might visit Britain, says foreign secretary
  23. Christian charity calls for release of human rights activists as crackdown intensifies in China
  24. Pope’s message to Eucharistic Congress: be like Jesus and eat with sinners
  25. 'Bogus priest' who sold fake trips to see Pope Francis finally arrested
  26. Christian persecution in Middle East is genocide: MPs push for Commons debate
  27. Cardinal Pell allowed to give evidence about sex abuse in Australia via video link
  28. Bogus trader who claimed to be the Pope’s banker jailed for 14 years
  29. Pupil files human rights complaint against Catholic school in Ontario
  30. VIDEO: Pope calls on the Catholic faithful to be reconciled to God this Lent
  31. Pope’s Mexico prison trip to go ahead as 49 killed in riot
  32. Come to church this Valentine’s Day to meet your spouse, say Catholic Bishops
  33. Britain’s oldest nun dies aged 111
  34. Pope in Mexico: No need to emigrate in order to dream
  35. Cardinal Nichols supports St John Paul II after Panorama report
  36. President of papal commission on sex abuse reminds clergy of obligation to report crimes
  37. Hundreds of lapsed Catholics reached by Mercy Bus in Lancashire
  38. Senator Bernie Sanders: Pope Francis’ views are critique of conservative politics
  39. Philippine archbishop urges Catholics to boycott Madonna concert
  40. Catholic charity concerned after cross removed from Catholic church in China
  41. Spotlight takes top award at Oscars and wins Best Original Screenplay
  42. Pope mourns death of pregnant receptionist
  43. Archbishop of Karachi: Pakistani Christians called to love amid violence
  44. Heathrow’s immigration detention centre is 'among worst' in the UK
  45. Francis 'to visit Pakistan' after invitation from Muslim country's prime minister
  46. Award-winning environmental campaigner murdered in Honduras
  47. Four Catholic nuns killed in Church-run elderly people’s home in Yemen
  48. Critics of Church are 'sensationalist' and have 'a short memory', says Vatican
  49. Number of Catholics in Europe growing, says Vatican statistics office
  50. Cleric poses as homeless man to see whether good samaritans still exist
  51. Vatican foreign minister opposes Brexit
  52. Refugees’ places of worship torn down
  53. Bishop and priests launch gay campaign group
  54. Westminster Diocese reports rise in new Catholics
  55. Canadian cardinal calls for Catholics to resist changes to euthanasia law
  56. Cardinal Nichols: Government’s Prevent strategy alienates people
  57. Advisors criticised for what Pope Francis said - and didn't say - on Mexico trip
  58. Up to 15,000 refugees on Greek-Macedonia border urgently need support, says Catholic charity
  59. Nichols deplores anti-terror strategy
  60. Lord Stern: Pope’s encyclical was ‘perfectly timed’ for UN climate summit
  61. President Obama prioritises visit to Catholic cardinal during historic Cuba trip
  62. Many killed as Brussels airport and metro rocked by three explosions
  63. Pope among those offering prayers for victims of Brussels bombings
  64. Westminster Council rejects ‘homeless Jesus’
  65. Christians celebrating Easter targeted by terrorists in Pakistan
  66. Pope Francis is world’s most popular leader, poll finds
  67. Christians appointed to first democratically elected Myanmar government
  68. Washing of feet polarises parishes
  69. Cost of a simple funeral leading poor families into debt, MPs warn
  70. Pope Francis announces special collection for Ukraine
  71. A quarter of Catholic prisoners face obstacles practising their faith
  72. Churches rally in support of Welsh steel workers
  73. Amoris Laetitia: Reaction from the Catholic community
  74. Mayoral candidates promise churches they’ll crack down on predatory betting shops
  75. MPs unanimously declare Islamic State treatment of Christians and Yazidis genocide
  76. Shortage of vocations leads to closure of 22 churches in Wales
  77. Pope pledges ‘substantial’ personal offering for Ukraine collection
  78. Archbishop Smith: Government should 'tread carefully' with Trade Union Bill
  79. News Briefing: from Britain and Ireland
  80. Council of Christian and Jews: Papal declarations on Nostra Aetate can help counter anti-Semitism
  81. Nicky Morgan: Catholic schools will not be forced into academisation
  82. Cardinal Nichols welcomes first Muslim mayor of London
  83. The eight things Catholics and Muslims agree on
  84. Pro-life supporters banned from protesting within clinic ‘buffer zone’
  85. Buses to carry slogan 'Subhan Allah' ahead of Ramadan
  86. ‘Gay cake’ case is not a discrimination case, says Ashers Bakery lawyer
  87. Faith leaders write to Cameron ahead of anti-corruption summit
  88. Pro-life charity ‘deeply saddened’ by new abortion figures
  89. Whoopi Goldberg gets back in the habit to surprise a group of Catholic nuns
  90. Pope Francis: Conquest is at the heart of Islam...and Christianity
  91. Vatican Foreign Secretary cancels trip to Venezuela
  92. Exclusive: Brexit would be 'self-centred' and selfish for UK, warns Cardinal Bo
  93. Spike in clerical sex abuse cases reported in US
  94. Catholic development agencies call for changes to humanitarian aid
  95. Cardinal Nichols and Archbishop Welby to hold first live Facebook Q&A
  96. Cardinal Nichols calls for closer relationship between Church and State
  97. Displaced Iraqi children make First Holy Communion in makeshift camp
  98. Support those at risk of euthanasia so they choose to live, says Quebec Cardinal
  99. Kidnapped journalist thanks Catholic Church for negotiating release
  100. Indonesia: Thousands attend beach Mass to protest hotel development
  101. Poland could lose EU vote for not following 'rule of law'
  102. Pope Francis canonises two new saints
  103. Vietnamese authorities accused of torturing Christian activist
  104. Philippines Catholic Church breaks silence over Duterte
  105. Mexican President faces setback after gay marriage 'protest vote' in state elections
  106. Muslim scholar says terrorism in Islam is like abuse in Catholic Church
  107. Ampleforth headmaster resigns after school reforms battle
  108. Latin Patriarchate of Jerusalem sends message to world's Muslims for Ramadan
  109. News Briefing: from Britain and Ireland
  110. MP Jo Cox: Details emerge of her dedication to the local community
  111. Pope welcomes refugees on stage during general audience
  112. News Briefing: from Britain and Ireland
  113. New strategy to tackle vocations crisis
  114. Heythrop-Roehampton merger thrown into doubt
  115. News Briefing: from Britain and Ireland
  116. Colleagues who tied Catholic co-worker to a cross cleared of religiously aggravated assault
  117. Benedict XVI says he dismantled Vatican's ‘gay lobby’
  118. Pope Francis prays for the conversion of terrorists after Baghdad and Dhaka attacks
  119. Pope says opposition to Vatican reforms will not deter him
  120. South African cardinal reveals tensions in hierarchy over Church's attitude to gay people
  121. Pope accepts resignation of controversial cardinal
  122. Cardinal Sarah to conduct study into Ordinary and Extraordinary Mass forms
  123. Catholic development agency facing closure
  124. Poland temporarily brings back border checks ahead of World Youth Day
  125. Nigerian Archbishop calls for calm after spate of clergy kidnappings
  126. Zimbabwean pastor released after prayer vigil outside court
  127. Pope Francis condemns Nice terror attack
  128. Hispanic Catholics more likely to vote for Hillary Clinton, research finds
  129. Canadian priest arrested over theft of refugee funds
  130. American cardinal warns of anti-Muslim sentiment
  131. Catholic Church must recapture spirit of civil rights movement and help heal racial divide, says US bishop
  132. Salford parish becomes first to sponsor Syrian refugees
  133. Majority of Catholic dioceses to run on green energy
  134. Muslims attend Mass across Europe in solidarity with Catholics mourning death of Fr Hamel
  135. Syrian refugee children forced into arranged marriages and child labour, new report reveals
  136. Investigation into Archbishop of Lyon dropped after insufficient evidence in child sexual abuse case
  137. Pope Francis sets up commission to look at the question of female deacons
  138. Pope Francis: Parish secretaries seem to be like ‘disciples of Satan’
  139. Hong Kong Cardinal says Vatican and China close to “mutual agreement” on bishops
  140. Pope sends personal letter of support to Refugee Olympic Team
  141. US bishops speak out on gay marriage after Biden officiates at same-sex ceremony
  142. Catholic universities ranked top for student satisfaction
  143. Mongolian Church prepares to celebrate first ordination of native priest
  144. Impoverished Hindu and Catholic families receive houses for Year of Mercy
  145. Catholic newsreader sends personal message to refugees
  146. More students than ever choosing Religious Studies A Level
  147. Turkey wedding attack: Pope Francis prays for victims of child suicide bomber
  148. Pro-life groups welcome Marie Stopes suspension
  149. Discrimination and racial inequality pervasive in Britain, say Catholic charities
  150. Taiwan's visit to the Vatican could strain Beijing-Holy See relations
  151. Archbishop Tartaglia to offer Mass for Italy's earthquake victims
  152. Archbishop of Canterbury and Pope Francis to meet for joint prayer service
  153. Abbot of Ampleforth steps down amid abuse allegations
  154. Pope Francis calls for environmental action to be added to the official list of works of mercy
  155. News Briefing: from Britain and Ireland
  156. Diocese faces shortfall for clergy support
  157. New General Secretary for EU bishops says Church should work for the Common Good in Europe
  158. Cardinal Wuerl gives advice on evangelisation amid ‘cultural tsunami’ of secularism
  159. Zimbabwe: Bishops voice concern as 'leadership vacuum' creates political unrest
  160. Polish President writes to Nichols and Welby amid fears for Poles in Britain
  161. 200 religious leaders petition PM over refugee policy destroying families
  162. Parish priest in Aleppo welcomes ceasefire
  163. Holy See urges UN to strengthen rights of older people amid ‘increasing discrimination’
  164. Cardinal issues plea over migrant crisis
  165. Catholic development charity announces closure
  166. Bishop brings forward Confirmation age to increase numbers receiving the sacrament
  167. Pope announces theme of next Synod of Bishops
  168. Pro-life group banned from holding pro-Trump vigil at Southwark Cathedral
  169. Bishop warns against ‘ideology of gender’
  170. Cardinal-designate urges Americans to welcome refugees despite fear of terrorists
  171. Time is running out for vulnerable children in Calais jungle camp, Rowan Williams warns government
  172. Ashers Bakery case: Christian couple lose 'gay cake' appeal
  173. Brentwood Cathedral will turn red to raise awareness of Christian persecution in the Middle East
  174. Australian police fly to Rome to interview Cardinal over sexual assault allegations
  175. Compensation claim launched in High Court by former pupils of St William's school for boys
  176. Jesus' burial place exposed for the first time in centuries
  177. Former international footballer takes next step to become Catholic priest
  178. Cardinal Nichols apologises for Catholic Church’s role in single mothers giving up their babies for adoption
  179. Chinese Cardinal criticises Pope over 'unacceptable' Beijing-Vatican deal
  180. Jesuit reputation suffers over Heythrop
  181. Town council stalls bishop’s plan to demolish church after pressure from local parishioners
  182. Churches receive lion’s share of funding for security measures after rise in hate crime threatens freedom of worship
  183. Charities create website to help parishes settle refugees
  184. Suspect in Catholic retirement home stabbing still at large
  185. Only response to Pope’s Ireland visit is ‘solid protest’, says leader of Free Presbyterian Church
  186. Oslo Diocese pursues court case against Norwegian Government
  187. Acting Head at Catholic school forced to leave due to 'irregular relationship'
  188. Catholic schools most ethnically diverse, reveals new research
  189. Scottish bishop ‘disappointed’ by decision that could give Northern Irish women access to abortion
  190. Argentine priests accused of abusing disabled children at school for the deaf face 50 years in prison
  191. Exclusive: Francis' reforms prompt jump in enquiries about annulments
  192. Sri Lankan Prime Minister intervenes in Christmas tree row with Catholic Church
  193. Prelate of Opus Dei Bishop Javier Echevarría dies in Rome signalling the end of an era for Catholic order
  194. Diocese of East Anglia in bid for eight new Catholic schools
  195. Buckfast Abbey monks net record profits of £8.8m
  196. Pope Francis celebrates 80th birthday with the homeless and detainees
  197. Three-parent babies criticised by Catholic bioethicists
  198. Cardinal Marx: A 'difficult hour' for the people of Germany
  199. Manhunt underway in Germany for new terror suspect
  200. First test cases lost in multi-million pound abuse claim against Catholic diocese
  201. Baroness Shirley Williams among Catholics named in New Year Honours List
  202. Pope Francis calls for a ‘zero tolerance’ approach to child abuse in the Church
  203. Death toll for Catholic pastoral workers murdered while serving the Church hits seven-year high
  204. India: Cardinal vows to challenge court verdict after men accused of raping nun are acquitted
  205. Bishop Moth welcomes Government’s pledge to improve mental health services
  206. Nigerian government failing to protect Christians, says global watchdog, after ten people killed in Adamawa State
  207. Archbishop of York calls for greater devolution of powers in the north post-Brexit
  208. Boston Archbishop appointed to the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith
  209. Bishop of Salford calls for greater role for the laity as details of 22 parish church closures are announced
  210. Primate of all Ireland urges politicians to reject sectarianism
  211. Bishops call for an end to ‘scandal’ of the occupied territories
  212. Young women are alienated in Irish Church, bishops tell Pope at Ad Limina meeting
  213. More than 800 people witness censured priest defy Vatican ban and celebrate Mass
  214. Pope’s message for World Communications Day: Focus on good news, not bad
  215. Twenty-six-year-old lay missionary killed in Bolivia
  216. Bishop urges Government to speed up prison reforms as ‘shocking’ safety report is published
  217. Catholic deacon who rescued victims of slavery awarded British Empire Medal
  218. Last piece of 600-year-old stained glass window returned to York Minster
  219. Sign of peace suspended in diocese after flu outbreak
  220. New Education Secretary supportive of faith schools
  221. Ampleforth prep school faces closure
  222. Double the number of Christians killed worldwide last year
  223. Organ petition to Cardinal Sarah close to 10,000 signatures
  224. Jacob Rees-Mogg to star in new podcast
  225. Catholic bishop decries ‘hypocrisy’ of closed churches

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