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  2. At the hour of our death
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  18. Francis gives first interview to Israeli media
  19. Church ‘must deepen care of the family’
  20. Lombardi ‘corrects’ papal biography
  21. Bishops urge ban on fossil fuels
  22. Parolin emphasises global role of Church
  23. ‘Enslavement culture’afflicts world
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  27. Assyrian Christians mount last-ditch stand against IS
  28. Francis accords sweeping powers to Pell’s Economy Secretariat
  29. Francis praises ‘courage’ of Mass in vernacular
  30. ‘End persecution the world seeks to hide’, Francis demands
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  32. Francis reaffirms ‘Metz Yeghern’ as genocide
  33. Archbishop summons priest over gay blessing
  34. Year of Mercy to make mission a priority
  35. Rome wrestles with a new Ostpolitik
  36. Vatican official defends Pope’s ‘soft’ approach with Putin
  37. New secretariat will oversee all Vatican media
  38. Family ‘cannot be replaced’, Pope tells 1m Ecuadorians
  39. Time limit ‘must be set’ for church leaders, says Francis
  40. Call to rethink the whole European project
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  43. Francis tilts balance of family synod
  44. Pope establishes ‘Care of Creation Day’
  45. Church leaders stake their claims ahead of the synod
  46. Pope directs a pastoral approach to confession of abortion
  47. Commission condemns Pell abuse scheme
  48. Migrants’ friend in high places
  49. Williams supports ‘Romero’ freedom of information suit
  50. Trump declares his faith
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  52. Francis doesn’t rule out ETs
  53. Martyrs ‘continue to give their lives’
  54. Fears for Syria’s Christian refugees
  55. Get them while they’re young: why kids intuitively understand prayer
  56. Full schools, empty churches
  57. Synod must not see family as the problem
  58. Israeli press give details of Pope’s visit to Holy Land
  59. Spain's PM outlines plan to end abortion on demand
  60. US reality tv star suspended over gay comments
  61. SSPX leaders still in schism, says Vatican
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  69. Former nuncio to Dominican Republic to be laicised
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  71. Canizares to return home after spell in Rome
  72. Vatican names voting and non-voting members for Synod
  73. Democracy needs religion, says Archbishop Chaput
  74. Prince Charles voices solidarity with embattled Armenian Christians
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  79. Economic watchdog hits back at 'fictional' accusations
  80. Pope Francis grants powers to Economy Secretariat
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  82. Iran still persecuting Christians, report says
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  85. Pope tells ecumenists: today’s martyrs are instrument of unity
  86. Vatican unveils logo for Year of Mercy
  87. Francis, Burke and Pell all back Italy’s March for Life
  88. Vatican official defends Pope’s ‘soft’ approach with Putin
  89. Paraguay hopes Francis will make historic gesture of solidarity
  90. Church leaders must resign, Francis tells Charismatics
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  92. Defeat for US nuns obliged to provide contraception
  93. Francis tilts balance of family synod with reported Cupich appointment
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  97. Nichols celebrates shift away from Eurocentric Church
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