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  1. Bishop seeks huge change in attitude among faithful
  2. Mass attendance down but London bucks the trend
  3. Change of head at Digby Stuart
  4. McAleese urges O’Brien to help gays
  5. Move to turn schools in Kent into academies
  6. Davies in tribute to anti-war Popes
  7. Bishops support ‘dispirited’ people of Gaza
  8. ‘Francis effect’ leads Ireland to reopen embassy
  9. Secular clergy numbers down
  10. Blair a ‘fool’ to convert, said Paisley
  11. Longley: ‘Christians failing to move people’
  12. St Mary’s wins university status
  13. Aid, not refuge, is needed for Syrians, patriarch says
  14. Irish priests in curriculum clash with minister
  15. Faith’s atheist crusader
  16. Survey findings on sex and marriage to stay under wraps
  17. Cardinal wants reform of confession to stem decline
  18. Church solidarity with victims of extreme weather
  19. The Right stuff
  20. Laity at odds with church teaching, poll finds
  21. Williams in halal meat ban protest
  22. Nichols renews welfare cuts criticism after Tories snub consistory
  23. Bishops call for return to confession
  24. Hundreds denied Catholic school places
  25. Unkindest cut of all?
  26. Secularism harms our culture, says Egan
  27. Egan under fire over plan to deny Communion to dissenting MPs
  28. Nichols calls for cultural change in business
  29. Shock at practice of burning foetuses as ‘waste’ in hospitals
  30. Free-school row over cardinal’s alma mater
  31. Stop moralising on the family, Church urged
  32. Cameron comes out against assisted dying ahead of debate in the Lords
  33. Catholic schools in Plymouth to become academies
  34. Friar who downloaded child porn spared jail
  35. Pope and Queen meet
  36. Equality Commission questions Catholic adoption agency victory
  37. Belfast council to invite Francis to visit
  38. School to be an Anglican academy
  39. Fears over 18-rated violent computer games
  40. Chapel project gets first slice of £1.2m grant
  41. Ordinariate leader says growth is too slow
  42. Peace bid by No. 10 over Nichols row
  43. £1m debt forces cutbacks at cathedral
  44. Passion play cancelled after red-tape mix-up
  45. Time is of the essence for restoration bids
  46. Time is of the essence for restoration bids
  47. Reach out to Muslims, says Birmingham’s archbishop
  48. Canonisations to be shown live in 3-D
  49. Smith: Pope wants end to Church’s bad habits
  50. Four popes, two saints, a party – and tactics
  51. Francis’ reforms continue as John XXIII praised for openness to the Spirit
  52. Teaching on divorcees unchanged – Vatican
  53. Headship retracted over marital split
  54. Bishop orders closure of deacon’s blog
  55. Papal envoy says Pope Francis backs Nichols on welfare cuts
  56. Senior church leaders visit Ann Maguire’s school
  57. Patten steps down as BBC Trust chairman
  58. New Anglican bishop for Liverpool
  59. College to receive windfall from Kennedy letter sale
  60. Wise head, young shoulders
  61. Divisions in White House on Obamacare
  62. Smith urges Government to keep civil partnerships
  63. Employment does not solve poverty, says Stack
  64. Heskett appointed new Bishop of Hallam
  65. ‘Buckie’ sold in cans to stop crime
  66. Trust where it is needed most
  67. Peres and Abbas to meet Pope in Rome for peace prayer
  68. ‘So many children are refugees, we are embarrassed in front of God’
  69. Appeal to put aside misgivings inherited from divided past
  70. Friendship with Jews affirmed at Israel’s Holocaust memorial
  71. Lords give green light to three-parent babies
  72. Secondaries oversubscribed as parents press for places
  73. Ambassador says Pope is making governments sit up and listen
  74. It's not easy being turbulent priests
  75. London bucks trend in Mass attendance decline
  76. Change of head at Catholic college
  77. Clergy must not be seen as service providers, complains bishop
  78. Bishops support ‘dispirited’ people of Gaza
  79. Ian Paisley told Tony Blair he was ‘a fool to become a Catholic’
  80. All Kent’s Catholic schools could become academies
  81. Ireland to reopen Holy See embassy shut amid abuse crisis
  82. Secular clergy numbers fall by a sixth in two years
  83. Failure to evangelise keeps people away from Church – Longley
  84. Blair urges all world’s governments to combat religious extremism
  85. Cardinal’s former private secretary ordained bishop of Plymouth
  86. Western governments 'should not encourage Syrians to flee'
  87. St Mary’s, Twickenham, awarded university status
  88. Irish priests clash with minister over planned cuts to RE
  89. Murphy-O’Connor wants reforms to Confession to address decline
  90. Welfare cuts a 'disgrace' that has ripped apart nation's safety net, says Cardinal-designate Nichols
  91. Churches urge Cameron to increase UK intake of Syrian refugees
  92. Clegg praises faith leaders over last year’s Woolwich attacks
  93. After the music: Maria von Trapp, lay missionary, dies
  94. Charities offer RE teacher bursaries after Government ends funding
  95. Williams complains to Denmark over halal and kosher meat ban
  96. This Lent, go back to confessional urge bishops
  97. Archbishop Longley drops in to Birmingham soup kitchen
  98. Catholic activists gear up for Ash Wednesday anti-nuclear protests
  99. Catholic schools up to five times oversubscribed
  100. Secular culture leads to victimisation of the weak – Egan
  101. RE praised by MPs for reducing multi-cultural tensions
  102. MP told he has 'excommunicated himself' for backing gay marriage
  103. Ditch moralising with 'Victorian' family model – academic
  104. Archdiocese bars cardinal's alma mater from becoming free school
  105. Cameron comes out against assisted dying
  106. Western lifestyles and centuries of industrialisation 'ruining planet'
  107. Belfast council votes to invite Pope Francis to city
  108. All Catholic schools in Plymouth diocese to become academies
  109. Catholic education adviser who downloaded child porn spared jail
  110. Equality commission casts doubt on adoption agency’s stance
  111. Welsh chapel bought by Catholic Church wins first part of £1m grant
  112. Muslim-dominated Catholic primary to become Anglican academy
  113. Primary school's fears over 18-rated computer games
  114. Francis has made the ‘lapsed’ label less trendy, says Nichols
  115. Peace activist priest back in court over Ash Wednesday protest
  116. Mgr Keith Newton: Ordinariate growth is too slow
  117. £1m debt forces cutbacks at Hallam Cathedral
  118. Oxford Passion play cancelled after City Council red tape mix-up
  119. John Paul II's record on clerical sexual abuse questioned
  120. Sinn Fein apologises to bishop for misrepresenting abortion views
  121. Blog by outspoken Lancaster deacon closes
  122. Call to scrap 50 per cent admissions limit on Catholic pupils
  123. GMC admits pre-signing abortion forms is illegal
  124. Cardinal and McMahon visit school of murdered Ann Maguire
  125. Nuncio: Pope backs Nichols on welfare cuts and assisted dying
  126. Cardinal hears from charities to assess London's food poverty
  127. Catholic college to receive windfall from Jackie Kennedy letters
  128. Muslim-majority Catholic school handed to Church of England
  129. Employment won’t resolve Welsh poverty, says Cardiff archbishop
  130. Bishops urge Government not to replace civil partnerships
  131. Obama aide reveals divisions over health-care mandate
  132. Middle East peace depends on 'just' solution, says Francis
  133. House of Lords approves three-parent embryos
  134. CofE Secretary General William Fittall announces retirement