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  6. Women ‘called to service, not servitude’
  7. Letter from Rome
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  9. Israeli premier’s last-minute request rejected
  10. New venue for Lenten retreat
  11. Letter from Rome
  12. ‘The cases are the greatest challenge Pope Francis has had to face since his election’
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  15. Letter from Rome
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  18. Canonisations date
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  20. Making up the cardinal numbers
  21. Rome seeks laity’s experience of family and marital issues
  22. Human trafficking ‘must be declared a crime against humanity’
  23. Francis to create his first cardinals in February
  24. Letter from Rome
  25. Head of medical order arrested
  26. Call for women to advise Pope
  27. Letter from Rome
  28. First work crafted by Francis out next week
  29. Stricter control imposed on Vatican’s financial activity
  30. Letter from Rome
  31. Pope plans a decentralised, missionary Church
  32. Pope plans a decentralised, missionary Church
  33. Francis and Putin discuss defence of Middle East Christians
  34. Letter from Rome
  35. Talks held to prepare for Holy Land visit
  36. Pope calls for repentance over unsuccessful inculturation of faith
  37. Letter from Rome
  38. Pope heeds call to form Vatican commission on child protection
  39. Support for Caritas campaign to end ‘scandal’ of hunger
  40. Francis backs Middle East Christians
  41. Letter from Rome
  42. Congregation for Bishops feels heat of Francis’ reforms
  43. Marxist ideology is wrong but Marxists can be good, says Pope
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  48. Letter from Rome
  49. Orders ‘must find new ways to educate today’s children’
  50. Holy Land pilgrimage confirmed
  51. Letter from Rome
  52. The revolution continues
  53. Red hat demands humility, says Francis
  54. ‘Dialogue culture’ key to peace
  55. Letter from Rome
  56. Francis identifies abuse as the ‘shame of the Church’
  57. Obama travels to Holy See in March
  58. Secularism ‘means new kind of ecumenism is needed’
  59. Letter from Rome
  60. Pope at work on ecology encyclical
  61. Letter from Rome
  62. UN condemns Holy See over sex abuse
  63. Pope to Neo-Cats: respect local cultures
  64. Year for Consecrated Life to be launched
  65. Pope tells Catholics to give ‘till it hurts’ to emulate Christ
  66. Letter from Rome
  67. Crying out for a clear voice
  68. Legionaries ‘firmly condemn’ corrupt founder
  69. Abuse report biased, says Lombardi
  70. Marriage ‘not just about emotional satisfaction’
  71. Letter from Rome
  72. Francis creates his first cardinals
  73. ‘Unbelievable’ euthanasia law condemned
  74. Calls to remove bishop for concealing priest’s laicisation
  75. Catholic universities ‘must engage’
  76. Letter from Rome
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  78. Retired Benedict XVI attends ceremony to create new cardinals
  79. Pell named head of new ‘finance ministry’
  80. Pope asks American Charismatic pastors for blessing
  81. Letter from Rome
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  83. Reform, rebuild and renew
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  85. Bishops ‘must defend their flock before God’, says Francis
  86. Attacks over abuse are ‘unfair’
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  90. Letter from Rome
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  92. Prayer vigil for Mafia’s innocent victims
  93. Letter from Rome
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  95. Call for women to advise Pope
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  100. C8 reformers start with Congregation for Worship
  101. Pope backs Caritas’ campaign to end global hunger
  102. Pope rings the changes at board that nominates bishops
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  104. Francis’ first papal Midnight Mass: Jesus as light, guide, peace
  105. Urbi et Orbi: Pope urges all humanity to unite in quest for peace
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  107. Troubled Legionaries get to work on new constitution in bid to leave past scandals behind
  108. Pope baptises child of civilly married couple
  109. Francis sacks four cardinals on Vatican Bank commission
  110. Curia archbishop hits back at Swiss Guard’s gay lobby claim
  111. Pope urges Davos elite to use wealth to serve world's poor
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  113. Pope urges Catholics to ‘give until it hurts’ this Lent
  114. Pope to Neo-Cats: respect local cultures and churches
  115. Francis accepts invitation to visit Sri Lanka
  116. Italians want bishop removed for concealing priest’s laicisation
  117. VIDEO: Francis asks US televangelist for his blessing
  118. Benedict XVI: my resignation is valid
  119. You can be a faithful Catholic without taking Communion: Nichols
  120. Don’t try to bargain with Satan, warns Pope
  121. Pope names new all-male Council to sort out Vatican finances
  122. Pope to join prayer vigil for innocent victims of Mafia
  123. Abuse survivor included on Rome child protection commission