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Tom Heneghan



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  1. Five days that shook the republic
  2. Real care in real communities
  3. Liberté, égalité, laïcité?
  4. Spread of the French malaise
  5. The night that changed France – and Europe
  6. France takes stock
  7. The first pan-Orthodox Council for 1,200 years ends with hope for the future
  8. Tablet interview with Elizabeth Prodromou: one of a 'thimbleful of women' at the Orthodox Council speaks to Tom Heneghan
  9. Farewell to fraternity as Nice attack changes mood in France
  10. "Fr Hamel immediately became a symbol of a country under siege", argues Tom Heneghan
  11. Catholics and Muslims celebrate Annunciation
  12. Catholic held under house arrest for month highlights paranoia of French authorities
  13. European aid to Christian Syrians is tantamount to deportation, archbishop says
  14. Crib has to go, says court
  15. Lyons’ archbishop revisits refugees
  16. Hollande rules out legalised euthanasia
  17. Léonard says he wants to retire
  18. Bishop ruled competent on conversion claim
  19. Recognise gay unions, Bonny urges
  20. Stricter secularism rejected as the way forward
  21. Bonny declines gay group’s award
  22. Inquiry into whether adoptions were forced
  23. Church says ‘non’ to Charlie declaration
  24. Hate crime call
  25. Justice group opposes nationalism
  26. Pro-family group sues over website for would-be adulterers
  27. Patriarch joins climate-change trip
  28. Synod asked to consider situation of ‘overlooked’ adult singles
  29. EU Parliament urged to oppose surrogacy
  30. Faith leaders oppose euthanasia plans
  31. Lessons in secularism are not the way forward, says Vingt-Trois
  32. Catholics and Muslims unite to celebrate the Annunciation
  33. Fabius calls for UN fund to help minorities return home
  34. Army chaplain barred from using defence ministry logo
  35. U-turn on Metro poster ban
  36. Protest against church closures targets cardinal
  37. Hollande stands by his Vatican ambassador
  38. Cardinal dismisses petition against church closure plan
  39. Bishops get 10,000 responses to synod survey
  40. Funeral webcasts prompt mourners’ protests
  41. Pope tells rabbis that religions must stand united
  42. Francis meets gay envoy proposed as Vatican ambassador
  43. Church sanguine after foiled Islamist plot
  44. Campaign to return body of St Bernadette to Lourdes
  45. Léonard ordered to pay damages to abuse victim
  46. Church relaxes rules on gay or remarried lay employees
  47. Warning on euthanasia’s slippery slope
  48. Keep talking to counter radical Islam
  49. Court supports bid to end life of crash victim
  50. Diplomatic difficulties ‘will not prevent visit’
  51. New group seeks to bar firms from buying Islamic State oil
  52. Proposal to turn churches into mosques
  53. Call for urgent care to be provided for arriving migrants
  54. Horror of euthanasia for depressed
  55. Synod process ‘shows Church doesn’t have all the answers’
  56. Cardinal breaks fast with Muslims on day of atrocities
  57. Bethany, claimed by Jordan as location of Jesus’ baptism, made a World Heritage Site
  58. Judges cast doubt on Algerian version of monks’ murder
  59. Religions demand end to ‘fossil fuels era’
  60. Petition opposes turning empty churches into mosques
  61. Comece backing for Greece bailout
  62. Mayor wins right to a Christmas crib
  63. ‘Conscience summit’ stresses ethics of climate change
  64. Doctor defers decision on divisive end-of-life case
  65. Church calls for new migrant policy
  66. Government counsels vigilance for churches
  67. Bells ring out for Mid-East Christians
  68. Paris action plan to help Isis victims
  69. Minister talks religion and politics with bishops
  70. Bishops visit Iraq refugees
  71. Magazine causes stir about election of Bergoglio
  72. Government drive to ease abortion rules denounced
  73. Religious heritage war crimes case
  74. Gay envoy stand-off could last two years
  75. France dismisses genocide case against priest
  76. Ground prepared for Paris conference
  77. New primate wants a more open Church
  78. Cardinal warns against extending laïcité
  79. Muslims urged to promote ‘enlightened Islam’
  80. National Front sees growing support among Catholics
  81. Bishops criticise staunch secularists on laïcité anniversary
  82. Swing to far Right reveals change in Catholic attitudes
  83. Pontier criticises security crackdown
  84. New primate in row over euthanasia and abortion
  85. Bishop denounces attack on Ajaccio mosque
  86. Charlie Hebdo ‘lessons’
  87. Care home sued in euthanasia test case
  88. Marseilles attack reignites debate on wearing of religious clothing
  89. Premier ignites bitter row on laïcité
  90. Orthodox Council moves to Crete
  91. Bishops welcome steps to improve care of the dying
  92. Left-wing feminists call for global ban on surrogacy
  93. Bishops' conference welcomes European Parliament decision to call killing of Christians in Iraq and Syria genocide
  94. Visitors to Lourdes fall by a quarter
  95. Barbarin under growing pressure to resign
  96. Christians and Muslims come together to honour Virgin Mary in Paris, Brussels and Tunis
  97. Only 13 per cent of Dutch Catholics believe in heaven, survey shows
  98. French cardinal steps up his defence as pressure mounts for his resignation over child abuse scandal
  99. France ends standoff with Vatican by withdrawing gay envoy nominee
  100. Police search offices of Lyon archdiocese
  101. Uproar over bishop’s remark on abuse
  102. Pledge to put victims first in new sex abuse policy
  103. French bishops name senior civil servant to head independent abuse panel
  104. EU urged to help Middle East refugees return home
  105. Abuse pressure mounts on French Church
  106. France ends 15-month stand-off by naming new ambassador to Vatican
  107. French Catholics face battle royale over Roman Missal translation
  108. Cardinal Barbarin questioned by Lyon police in sexual abuse scandal
  109. Defecting jihadist reveals plan to negotiate with Vatican
  110. Abuse case against Lyon priest can go ahead, appeals court rules
  111. Ecumenical Patriarch arrives in Crete as Pan-Orthodox Council planning goes ahead
  112. Bishops resist reforms to private education
  113. Sarkozy affirms country’s Christian roots
  114. Russian Patriarch says Crete meeting is not pan-Orthodox
  115. Ecumenical Patriarch stresses unity ahead of week-long Orthodox Council
  116. Absent Russia and its intentions cast a shadow over historic Orthodox summit
  117. Orthodox Council opens with primates calling for more permanent consultation
  118. Holy Orthodox Council is debating wrong agenda, attests spokesman for absent Church
  119. Is the Orthodox diaspora a problem that's too hard to solve?
  120. Crete Council issues message to 'Orthodox and all people of good will'
  121. Catholic nursing home fined thousands in euthanasia case
  122. Barbarin removes four priests from ministry
  123. Nuncio blames ‘Parisian cabal’ for rejection of gay nominee
  124. French President visits Pope Francis as Paris-Vatican tension eases
  125. Hollande to visit Pope Francis as French Catholics grow more wary of Muslims
  126. Indonesian terrorist was inspired by death of Fr Jacques Hamel, says local police chief
  127. Fr Hamel declared a martyr
  128. Church urges way forward for an anxious country
  129. French Church to help resettle refugees after Calais camp closure begins
  130. Dutch cardinal slams plan to allow assisted suicide for those weary of life
  131. Delegation from Islamic university visits parish of murdered priest
  132. Bishops downbeat on Brexit
  133. Muslims step up cooperation with Catholic Church
  134. Rouen welcomes divorced and remarried
  135. Fillon surges in presidential stakes with appeal to Catholics
  136. Answer political disillusion with ‘catholic values’: Welby
  137. Religion surprise focus in Fillon’s primary success
JESUITS: 36TH GENERAL CONGREGATION
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