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  2. 1,000 churches to close by 2025, warns Eijk
  3. Strong speculation about papal visit
  4. Vingt-Trois backs stand against anti-Semitic comic
  5. Government accused of treating faiths unequally
  6. Embattled Hollande visits Pope in Vatican
  7. Sex-abuse victims’ fury at lack of laicisations
  8. Faith fundamentalists a danger, says minister
  9. Law reforms delayed after big protest
  10. Orthodox patriarch wants ‘visible sign’ of ecumenism
  11. Patriarchs agree to historic council in 2016
  12. KU Leuven mends fences with Vatican
  13. Gender theory professor forced out of conference
  14. Crown of Thorns returns to Sainte Chapelle
  15. French Catholic visit to Moscow draws criticism
  16. Warning on persecuted Christians
  17. Young people granted papal TV interview
  18. Pontier tries to heal divisions in conference
  19. French PM seeks ‘calm dialogue’
  20. Baldisseri backs doctrinal ‘updating’ at family synod
  21. Anti-EU parties are ‘wrong for Catholics’
  22. Interfaith climate ‘fast’ backed by Catholic Church
  23. Support urged for Middle Eastern Christians
  24. Bishops condemn violent anti-Jewish protests
  25. Anglican vote alarms Orthodox Church
  26. No obligation to legalise gay marriage
  27. French cardinal in solidarity visit to Mosul Christians
  28. Cañizares to return home
  29. Euthanasia up 50 per cent in two years
  30. Rectors consider consolidating seminaries
  31. Iraqi Christians flood French consulate with visa applications
  32. Euthanasia ruling for prison lifer sets a worrying precedent
  33. Protest against surrogacy and assisted procreation
  34. Government threatens financing of Church
  35. Fury over admission charges plan
  36. Bishop forbids attendance at SSPX services
  37. Fellay rails against Synod on the Family
  38. Bishops hesitate on synod issues
  39. Sarkozy pledge on same-sex marriage
  40. CDF spells out policy on access to Communion
  41. Russia donates ‘diplomatic’ Christmas tree to Notre Dame
  42. Crib has to go, says court
  43. Lyons’ archbishop revisits refugees
  44. Hollande rules out legalised euthanasia
  45. Léonard says he wants to retire
  46. Bishop ruled competent on conversion claim
  47. Recognise gay unions, Bonny urges
  48. Five days that shook the republic
  49. Stricter secularism rejected as the way forward
  50. Bonny declines gay group’s award
  51. Inquiry into whether adoptions were forced
  52. Church says ‘non’ to Charlie declaration
  53. Hate crime call
  54. Justice group opposes nationalism
  55. Pro-family group sues over website for would-be adulterers
  56. Patriarch joins climate-change trip
  57. Synod asked to consider situation of ‘overlooked’ adult singles
  58. EU Parliament urged to oppose surrogacy
  59. Real care in real communities
  60. Faith leaders oppose euthanasia plans
  61. Lessons in secularism are not the way forward, says Vingt-Trois
  62. Catholics and Muslims unite to celebrate the Annunciation
  63. Liberté, égalité, laïcité?
  64. Fabius calls for UN fund to help minorities return home
  65. Army chaplain barred from using defence ministry logo
  66. U-turn on Metro poster ban
  67. Protest against church closures targets cardinal
  68. Hollande stands by his Vatican ambassador
  69. Cardinal dismisses petition against church closure plan
  70. Bishops get 10,000 responses to synod survey
  71. Funeral webcasts prompt mourners’ protests
  72. Pope tells rabbis that religions must stand united
  73. Francis meets gay envoy proposed as Vatican ambassador
  74. Church sanguine after foiled Islamist plot
  75. Campaign to return body of St Bernadette to Lourdes
  76. Léonard ordered to pay damages to abuse victim
  77. Church relaxes rules on gay or remarried lay employees
  78. Warning on euthanasia’s slippery slope
  79. Keep talking to counter radical Islam
  80. Court supports bid to end life of crash victim
  81. Diplomatic difficulties ‘will not prevent visit’
  82. New group seeks to bar firms from buying Islamic State oil
  83. Spread of the French malaise
  84. Proposal to turn churches into mosques
  85. Call for urgent care to be provided for arriving migrants
  86. Horror of euthanasia for depressed
  87. Synod process ‘shows Church doesn’t have all the answers’
  88. Cardinal breaks fast with Muslims on day of atrocities
  89. Bethany, claimed by Jordan as location of Jesus’ baptism, made a World Heritage Site
  90. Judges cast doubt on Algerian version of monks’ murder
  91. Religions demand end to ‘fossil fuels era’
  92. Petition opposes turning empty churches into mosques
  93. Comece backing for Greece bailout
  94. Mayor wins right to a Christmas crib
  95. ‘Conscience summit’ stresses ethics of climate change
  96. Doctor defers decision on divisive end-of-life case
  97. Church calls for new migrant policy
  98. Government counsels vigilance for churches
  99. Bells ring out for Mid-East Christians
  100. Paris action plan to help Isis victims
  101. Minister talks religion and politics with bishops
  102. Bishops visit Iraq refugees
  103. Magazine causes stir about election of Bergoglio
  104. Government drive to ease abortion rules denounced
  105. Religious heritage war crimes case
  106. Gay envoy stand-off could last two years
  107. France dismisses genocide case against priest
  108. Ground prepared for Paris conference
  109. New primate wants a more open Church
  110. The night that changed France – and Europe
  111. The fall of the Berlin Wall unlocked half a continent
  112. Belgian bishop urges real dialogue at Synod
  113. The fall of the Berlin Wall unlocked half a continent
  114. Catholics and Muslims celebrate Annunciation