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James Roberts



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  1. Migrants’ friend in high places
  2. New wars and ancient feuds
  3. Papal visit to Mexico: will Francis challenge corruption and the cartels in Central America?
  4. Difficult dialogue
  5. While factions fight, children die
  6. Shift in mood over battle between Vatican and China over future of church
  7. Synod must not see family as the problem
  8. Westminster terror attack; the day after
  9. Cardinal increases pressure on PM over migrant crisis
  10. Environment is key to all the world's major ills, says Francis
  11. Synod: Solitude, love and family themes of first homily
  12. Nichols celebrates shift away from Eurocentric Church
  13. German-speakers urge step-by-step approach on marriage
  14. Passionate letters offer new insights into Saint John Paul II's spirituality
  15. Vatican’s Secretary for Relations with States in London for Government talks
  16. Church leaders stake their claims ahead of the synod
  17. Pope directs a pastoral approach to confession of abortion
  18. Commission condemns Pell abuse scheme
  19. Williams supports ‘Romero’ freedom of information suit
  20. Trump declares his faith
  21. Priest gives thanks for escape from IS
  22. Francis doesn’t rule out ETs
  23. Martyrs ‘continue to give their lives’
  24. Fears for Syria’s Christian refugees
  25. Hungary loans relic of St Thomas of Canterbury
  26. Pope in Mexico: End migration by eradicating drugs and corruption, Francis tells Mexican authorities
  27. Christians in the Middle East do not need 'special' protection, says Pope's 'foreign secretary'
  28. Pressure on Kerry to name IS atrocities as genocide
  29. Gallagher refuses to single out Christians for special protection
  30. Pope ‘badly advised’ in remarks to bishops
  31. ‘Demagogue’ Trump ‘unfit to be president’
  32. Boston Globe newspaper cuts links with Catholic news website Crux
  33. Gallagher backs dialogue as way forward in Middle East
  34. State Department receives report on Islamic State genocide
  35. Newspaper cuts links with Crux
  36. Obama heads first for Havana’s cathedral
  37. News Briefing: global
  38. News Briefing: global
  39. ‘Houses of mercy’ in every diocese proposed to mark the Holy Year
  40. News Briefing: global
  41. Chaouqui praises Trump's New York victory
  42. Wuerl celebrates Mass for Life after Planned Parenthood CEO speaks at Georgetown
  43. Francis names Paul Mason as new auxiliary for Southwark diocese
  44. News Briefing: global
  45. Global Briefing: Cardinal in assassination attempt; Jesuit beatnik priest dies
  46. Qatar archdeacon marks out limits to dialogue
  47. New centre launched at St Mary’s, Twickenham, for the study of religion and society
  48. News Briefing: global
  49. News Briefing: global
  50. News Briefing: global
  51. Humanitarian agencies divided over world summit
  52. President promises arrests after humiliation of Christian mother
  53. News Briefing: global
  54. News Briefing: global
  55. Scholars warn Orthodox leaders: don’t derail the Holy and Great Council
  56. EU Referendum: Remainers waver in Catholic debate in Westminster
  57. News Briefing: global
  58. News Briefing: global
  59. Moshe demands liberation of Christian lands
  60. Francis denounces 1915 genocide of Armenians as papal trip begins
  61. News Briefing: global
  62. News Briefing: global
  63. News Briefing: global
  64. Global briefing: Evangelical festival cut short in Washington DC by hot weather
  65. News Briefing: The Church in the World
  66. News Briefing: The Church in the World
  67. News Briefing: The Church in the World
  68. Francis attacks 'influential countries' for pushing gender theory on children
  69. News Briefing: The Church in the World
  70. Georgetown University to favour descendants of slaves in admissions process
  71. News Briefing: The Church in the World
  72. News Briefing: The Church in the World
  73. News Briefing: The Church in the World
  74. News Briefing: global
  75. ‘Common understanding’ reached with Orthodox
  76. Acting out of self-interest not always wrong, says St Mary's new professor
  77. News Briefing: The Church in the World
  78. Prioritise rights of women, charity urges
  79. News Briefing: The Church in the World
  80. News Briefing: global
  81. Minister claims Assad cannot protect Christian minorities
  82. News Briefing: global
  83. News Briefing: global
  84. News Briefing: global
  85. News Briefing: global
  86. News Briefing: global
  87. Francis says spreading of disinformation is media's besetting sin
  88. News Briefing: global
  89. News Briefing: global
  90. Former Romero aide removed from priesthood
  91. News Briefing: global
  92. News Briefing: global
  93. Bishop urges priests to help divorced and remarrieds to return to sacraments
  94. News Briefing: global
  95. Trump chooses same bible as Obama for his inauguration as president
  96. News Briefing: global
  97. Cardinal spells out the priorities of the Pope
  98. Churches not quite ‘of one voice’, as Francis addresses Catholic-Orthodox meeting in Rome
  99. Pope sends first delegation to Aleppo since cessation of hostilities
  100. News Briefing: global
  101. News Briefing: global
  102. News Briefing: global
  103. News Briefing: global
  104. News Briefing: The Church in the World
  105. News Briefing: global
  106. News Briefing: global
  107. News Briefing: global
  108. If Christians are driven from the Middle East the West will be to blame for 'standing by and doing nothing', says Erbil aid-coordinator
  109. News Briefing: global
  110. News Briefing: global
  111. News Briefing: global
  112. Supreme Court to hear key religious freedom case
  113. News Briefing: global
  114. News Briefing: global
  115. News Briefing: global
  116. News Briefing: The Church in the World
  117. Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI praises top-liturgist Cardinal Sarah
  118. News Briefing: The Church in the World
  119. Floods claim 169 lives
  120. Missing bishop found drowned
  121. Arcic III agrees next steps towards closer unity
  122. Pope Francis tells Nigerian priests accept bishop or be suspended
  123. Archbishop of Westminster offers prayers as twelve die in West London 'towering inferno'
  124. News Briefing: The Church in the World
  125. State control of worship feared
  126. Nichols recalls 'unimaginable horror' of Grenfell Tower at weekend Mass and calls for prayer
  127. Almost half a million refugees are fleeing Myanmar, finds United Nations
  128. News Briefing: The Church in the World
  129. Pope praises the late Cardinal Meisner's 'faithful, fearless dedication'
  130. News Briefing: The Church in the World
  131. ‘Reach to peripheries’, Catholic leaders urged
  132. News Briefing: the Church in the World
  133. Pope approves new pathway to sainthood
  134. News Briefing: the Church in the World
  135. News Briefing: The Church in the World
  136. News Briefing: The Church in the World
  137. News Briefing: From Britain and Ireland
  138. News Briefing: The Church in the World
  139. News Briefing: From Britain and Ireland
  140. News Briefing: The Church in the World
  141. News Briefing: From Britain and Ireland
  142. Pope offers prayers as names of victims of terror attack in Barcelona start to be released
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