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  55. This Lent, go back to confessional urge bishops
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  69. Equality commission casts doubt on adoption agency’s stance
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  80. Blog by outspoken Lancaster deacon closes
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  84. Nuncio: Pope backs Nichols on welfare cuts and assisted dying
  85. Cardinal hears from charities to assess London's food poverty
  86. Catholic college to receive windfall from Jackie Kennedy letters
  87. Muslim-majority Catholic school handed to Church of England
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  89. Bishops urge Government not to replace civil partnerships
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