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Bernadette Kehoe



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  1. A lonely life on the ocean waves
  2. The young men giving up careers, relationships and houses to become priests
  3. Reflecting the beauty of a Catholic chapel in music
  4. Down's Sydrome Day: lives worth having and living
  5. Catholic Labour MPs launch new group ahead of party conference
  6. Blessed Oscar Romero commemorated ecumenically at Westminster Abbey
  7. News Briefing: From Britain and Ireland
  8. Work-life challenge
  9. Anglican primates gather – but some seats are empty
  10. Two dioceses call on laity to be at heart of strategic planning
  11. Balliol College students backtrack on decision to block Christian Union from freshers' fair
  12. NEWS BRIEFING: FROM BRITAIN AND IRELAND
  13. Scottish Episcopal Church excluded over same-sexmarriage stance
  14. Catholic-Anglican HIV plan aims to combat exclusion
  15. UN under fire over Christian persecution
  16. Report asserts UK has 'tens of thousands of slaves'
  17. News Briefing: from Britain and Ireland
  18. Parish night shelter ‘a first step in turning lives around’
  19. CCJ founding values ‘ever more relevant’ on its 75th anniversary
  20. News Briefing: From Britain and Ireland
  21. Catholic charities criticise welfare reforms
  22. Ecumenical service to mark anniversary of Reformation
  23. Priest must not just be a 'Mass machine'
  24. Ruth Kelly: Improving the 'terrible' outcomes for children in care
  25. News Briefing: from Britain and Ireland
  26. Climbing club founded by mountaineering priest celebrates 75th anniversary
  27. Ampleforth monks in training before abuse inquiry public hearings
  28. News Briefing: from Britain and Ireland
  29. Ampleforth monks in training before inquiry hearings
  30. Cafod calls for government action over secret tax havens
  31. News Briefing: from Britain and Ireland
  32. Aberystwyth Catholics offered new home by Menevia bishop
  33. Young Christian Workers in mental health initiative
  34. Charities report increase in people resorting to help from food banks
  35. Government urged to keep promise on faith schools cap
  36. News Briefing: from Britain and Ireland
  37. Young people express their alienation from the Church
  38. Parish that lost its flock records their memories
  39. Catholics engage in 'landmark' faith summit
  40. News Briefing: Britain and Ireland
  41. Faith summit seeks stronger community cohesion
  42. Rudd orders study of pro-life protests outside abortion clinics
  43. News Briefing: from Britain and Ireland
  44. St Albans Abbey strengthens ecumenical links
  45. Disgraced ex Church of England Bishop wants to become Catholic
  46. ‘Phenomenal’ response to petition on admissions cap
  47. Demand for night shelters increases by 53 per cent in one year
  48. News Briefing: from Britain and Ireland
  49. Head of Ofsted threatened for defending ‘British values’
  50. Parishioners’ fury over church closure in Wales
  51. Maria Caulfield hits back at critics over position on abortion
  52. Maria Caulfield 'taken aback' by attacks over abortion
  53. Catholic homelessness chief speaks out on social justice for the poor
  54. Courtyard Project sets out to engage with marginalised young people
  55. News Briefing: from Britain and Ireland
  56. Nun breaks down as she expresses regret for historic abuse
  57. Benedictine school appoints first lay chair of governors
  58. Benedictine school appoints first lay chair of governors
  59. Benedictine school appoints first lay chair of governors
  60. Stack commissions lay people to minister at funerals
  61. Nichols demands action on 'most evil' crime of slavery
  62. News Briefing: from Britain and Ireland
  63. Conscientious objection bill for health professionals ‘increasingly necessary’
  64. Anglicans deny obstructing Ofsted
  65. News Briefing: Britain and Ireland
  66. Synod to debate ‘new monasticism’
  67. Augustinians put faith in art
  68. Cafod says it acted on two cases of sexual misconduct
  69. New Briefing: Britain and Ireland
  70. Religion is being excluded from public life, warns bishop
  71. Monthly meetings to explore LGBT+ church experience
  72. News Briefing: from Britain and Ireland
  73. Welby says Brexit debate has become too apocalyptic
  74. Church must harness social media ‘to win over youth’
  75. Aid agencies face ‘tough new standards’
  76. Clergy group issues statement on sex changes
  77. News Briefing: From Britain and Ireland
  78. Schools embrace deepening pupils' spirituality in meditation
  79. Exclusive: Seven Heythrop academics moving to University of Roehampton
  80. News Briefing: From Britain and Ireland
  81. Bishop Egan: 'Let there be no death clinics in Guernsey'
  82. Exclusive: Cardinal speaks of change in society's understanding of 'unfolding of gender'
  83. News Briefing: From Britain and Ireland
  84. Cardinal rejects accusation that faith schools are socially divisive
  85. England and Wales representative defends youth pre-synod document
  86. ‘Two thirds’ of attendees give standing ovation to draft document
  87. Canon Swarbrick installed as Bishop of Lancaster
  88. Safeguarding specialist sent to oversee Ampleforth
  89. News Briefing: From Britain and Ireland
  90. St Cuthman’s imminent closure denounced
  91. St Cuthman’s imminent closure denounced
  92. St Cuthman’s imminent closure denounced
  93. Film tribute to nun who died in Ecuador earthquake
  94. Bishops 'deeply concerned' about gender ideology
  95. Polish mission welcomes call to attend local masses
  96. News Briefing: Britain and Ireland
  97. News Briefing: Britain and Ireland
  98. News Briefing: Britain and Ireland
  99. Ideology around sexual difference ‘creating confusion’
  100. Polish mission welcomes call to attend local Masses
  101. News Briefing: Britain and Ireland
  102. Bishop Kenney: dignity at work must be priority
  103. Increasing numbers of students face mental health issues, chaplains warn
  104. Bioethicists argue for change in childcare law
  105. News Briefing: from Britain and Ireland
  106. Bioethicists argue for change in childcare law
  107. Peer lambasts Guernsey on assisted dying
  108. Alumni say 'farewell' as Heythrop prepares to close
  109. News Briefing: from Britain and Ireland
  110. Anger at U-turn over admissions cap
  111. Renewed warnings issued on Guernsey’s assisted dying plan

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