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  1. 'Churches were the closest place street children could see God - and see their dreams'
  2. Meet the priest bringing Catholics back to the faith through food
  3. Catholic priest persuading drug users to hand themselves in says church is 'on same page' as Philippines police
  4. How the church decides when a true Marian apparition has taken place
  5. Study of saints, saint-making combines scholarly with popular
  6. The Paris muslim fighting 'fanatic scum' with his own peaceful version of a jihad
  7. Path toward Christian unity is found by 'walking together on a common journey'
  8. PAPAL SCHEDULE: Francis' visit to the Shrine of Our Lady of Fatima in Portugal
  9. Holy Land bishops file complaint after church burning endorsement
  10. US Archbishop condemns broken justice system
  11. Pope: overcome indifference in face of trafficking and forced migration
  12. Vatican upholds refusal to allow transsexual to become godparent
  13. Pope touches down in Cuba on historic tour
  14. Puerto Rico archbishop pleads with US for help
  15. Synod: We are not a parliament but a place of prayer
  16. Ukraine risks becoming 'some kind of Somalia'
  17. Pope: divorced and remarrieds not the only question for synod
  18. Francis to visit troubled Mexico in 2016, Vatican confirms
  19. Bishops decry California governor over assisted suicide bill
  20. Church must cast its net to catch more families, Francis says
  21. Greece braces itself for another wave of refugees
  22. Pope asks for forgiveness for scandals of the Church
  23. Violence takes its hold on Jerusalem, the holiest of cities
  24. Relief workers concern as Philippines typhoon death toll rises
  25. Thousands of volunteers fill the humanitarian gap
  26. We are so sorry say two small-group reports to the synod
  27. Visit of Pope to Africa is vital for Muslim relations
  28. Church must do more to support soldiers, says Pope
  29. Pro-lifers celebrate as abortions stopped for lack of doctors
  30. Lego Vatican proves a useful distraction for Catholic priest
  31. Pope remains hopeful African trip will still go ahead
  32. Two Vatican officials arrested for leaked financial documents
  33. Archbishop confirms Pope will visit Mexico in February
  34. Reset of Vatican's finances still on course thanks to increase in lay experts
  35. Pornography is a 'mortal sin' that pervades all walks of life, say US Catholic bishops
  36. Pray for lacerated world Pope asks as he sends prayers to Mali and prepares for Kenya, Uganda and CAR visit
  37. Catholic Church in US keeps pressure on White House to help Syrian refugees
  38. Good relationship between Mali Christians and Muslims won't be stained by terror attacks
  39. Vatileaks II trial delayed for one week as Chaouqui is allowed to switch lawyers
  40. Missionary spirit is not about converting people but preaching love, humanity and faith, Pope Francis says
  41. Catholic leaders try to convince US secretary of state that Isis is committing genocide
  42. The father of Nepal Catholicism, Bishop Anthony Sharma, dies of brain cancer
  43. Catholic Church has no missionary initiative directed towards Jews, Vatican commission reports
  44. Denial or disregard of God produces 'untold cruelty and violence' in world, Pope Francis says
  45. Pope Francis warns Catholic pilgrims to be beware of scams after £50,000 police raid
  46. Pope Francis praises the UN Security Council for agreeing Syrian peace deal
  47. Family-owned pharmacy fights US Supreme Court over abortion pill
  48. Florida bishops put pressure on pro-life governor to end executions
  49. Love is ... not a soap opera nor does it just come from God, says Francis
  50. Catholic bishops appeal against US deportation of Central American migrants
  51. New Jersey puts halt to assisted suicide bill after groundswell of opposition
  52. El Paso to hold simulcast as Francis visits neighbouring Ciudad Juarez in Mexico
  53. Eucharistic Congress: World leaders should be more like Pope Francis
  54. Pope asks Mexican people for a few minutes alone with Our Lady of Guadalupe
  55. Ukraine's Catholics not hopeful over Pope Francis' meeting with Russian Patriarch
  56. Cardinal Parolin: scrapping celibacy is no solution to vocations crisis
  57. Francis fulfills his primary goal of Mexico trip and prays in front of Our Lady of Guadalupe
  58. Border town Ciudad Juarez waits for Pope Francis' historic arrival
  59. Pope Francis tells indigenous Mexicans: you have much to teach us
  60. Pope in Mexico: Jesus would never send a hitman, Francis warns youth off drug gangs
  61. Pope prays alone for the millions of Latin Americans affected by migration to the US
  62. Head of Ukrainian Church consoled by Pope's words after joint declaration
  63. Spotlight not anti-Catholic, Vatican newspaper says
  64. Child as young as eight among hundreds abused by clergy in Pennsylvania diocese, Jury finds
  65. Vatican confirms possibility of Pope Francis visiting Armenia
  66. Israel is preventing Christians from worshipping freely in the Holy Land during Easter
  67. Electing pro-life president may be only hope for Little Sisters of the Poor
  68. Pope Francis condemns ‘cruel fundamentalism’ of Belgian terrorists
  69. Brussels Archbishop warns against anti-refugee sentiment in wake of attacks
  70. Kidnappped priest has not been crucified, says Yemen bishop
  71. Pope Francis to release document on the family on 8 April
  72. Expanding use of termination drug opens 'ever-widening door to abortion', warns New York Cardinal
  73. Selfish desire for money is the enemy of true harmony, Pope says
  74. Letters from America: Reaction in the US to Pope Francis' Amoris Laetitia
  75. Cardinal Nichols: Human trafficking is an evil that must be stopped
  76. Pope Francis asks Christians to pray for him ahead of trip to meet refugees
  77. Pope's trip to Lesbos 'humanitarian' not political, says Vatican spokesman
  78. Decision to take refugees to the Vatican was inspired by the Holy Spirit, Pope says
  79. Be a living example of what you preach, Pope tells new priests
  80. Irish nun dies leading children to safety in Ecuador earthquake
  81. Beatification of Irish Jesuit will be ‘a very ecumenical event’
  82. Six arrested in alleged Islamic State attack on Vatican
  83. Anti-Vietnam peacenik Jesuit Father Daniel Berrigan dies at the age of 94
  84. Bishops urge
  85. Bishops urge
  86. Bishops urge action on growing instability in southern Nigeria
  87. Trevi fountain turns red to commemorate thousands of modern-day Christian martyrs
  88. Northern Ireland: Bishops urge Catholics to choose pro-life candidates
  89. Pope Francis: Are you a stubborn Christian or a vagabond Christian?
  90. Cardinal Nichols asks Catholics to 'protest' immigration policies of fear
  91. Cardinal Nichols welcomes Government U-turn on child refugees
  92. Alberta bishop says community is in shock as emergency declared in Fort McMurray
  93. 'Unauthorized people' in Vatican vetoing bishop candidates, claims head of German bishops conference
  94. Pope Francis: The Holy Spirit is essential for Catholics
  95. Chinese bishop who spent years in labour camps dies
  96. 'Last Days' director imagined a devil looking a lot like Jesus
  97. The International Catholic Migration Commission to be headed by former Caritas priest
  98. New deaconess commission is not pathway to ordination of women priests, says Vatican spokesman
  99. Church must not condemn opium farmers, says Mexican bishop
  100. Pope will visit Ireland, says Dublin Archbishop
  101. After five-year standoff Pope welcomes Muslim leader to Vatican
  102. Catholics gather for Mass for Slovakian nun shot in South Sudan
  103. Vatileaks: Investigator says consultant admitted leaking documents
  104. Cardinal Loris Capovilla: oldest member of the College of Cardinals dies age 100
  105. Vatican bank supervisors step down over management differences
  106. Ignore the church schedule and serve the people, Pope tells deacons
  107. Pope to lead common prayer service at Reformation commemoration in Sweden
  108. Canada's House sends assisted suicide bill to Senate for approval
  109. Philadelphia archbishop to head exhortation working group
  110. Pope appoints apostolic administrator to archdiocese facing abuse allegations
  111. St Mary Magdelene memorial raised to a feast by Vatican
  112. Philippine bishops after Catholics to be tolerant in wake of Orlando shootings
  113. Christians must apologise for discrimination against gay communities, Pope says
  114. Head of SSPX accuses Pope Francis of encouraging doctrinal errors
  115. Pope prays for grace to cry at concentration camp where nearly a million Jews died
  116. Pope Francis: Saints Peter and Paul are two great lights shining in the hearts of the faithful
  117. Relics of Blessed Oscar Romero join 14 Catholic 'Witnesses for Freedom' in fortnight for religious liberty
  118. Pope Francis to highlight divine mercy with visit to Assisi
  119. Pope Francis: There is no military solution for Syria, only a political one
  120. Brazilian archbishop who supported priests accused of paedophilia resigns
  121. Pope appoints Chicago Archbishop to Congregation for Bishops
  122. Catholic Church welcomes US Bill that halts imminent collapse of infrastructure of Puerto Rico
  123. Former Fox News correspondent to head up Vatican press office
  124. Pope Francis issues directive contradicting advice of Cardinal Sarah
  125. Pope sends Vatican official to resume talks with Muslim university
  126. US Catholic bishops conference stands up for 'anti-constitutional' bill
  127. 'Voting error' reverses same sex marriage vote in Canada
  128. Scottish bishops call on Britain to scrap Trident weapons programme
  129. Puerto Rican priest sentenced to 15 years for sexual offences against 14-year-old
  130. Pope Francis sends high-ranking cardinal on peace mission to South Sudan
  131. US bishops set up task force to help deal with rise in racial tensions
  132. Security threat raised in Krakow but there is 'no direct threat', police assure pilgrims
  133. 200,000 pilgrims brave deluge to celebrate opening Mass of World Youth Day
  134. ‘Heroic’ Krakow cardinal dies five days after Pope’s hospital visit
  135. Body found in Arkansas River identified as missing seminarian
  136. Cardinal Ouellet: Amoris Laetitia promotes more respectful pastoral approach
  137. Vatican to release special stamp in honour of Mother Teresa
  138. Rio cardinal blesses Olympic torch ahead of opening ceremony
  139. Pakistan Church condemns Quetta hospital bombing
  140. Brazilian priest accused of abuse commits suicide in prison
  141. Church struggles to get aid to rural villages as after-effects of Hurricane Earl hit eastern Mexico
  142. Pope Francis invites Syrian refugees to lunch
  143. Pope prays for all exploited women and girls days after visiting group of ex-prostitutes
  144. Germany: Catholic bishops praise 'witness' of Martin Luther ahead of Reformation anniversary
  145. Chapel opens in Pakistani prison
  146. Pope appoints new bishop of Memphis
  147. Amoris Laetitia meets criteria of 'ordinary magisterium', says ecclesiology professor
  148. Pope Francis meets Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg
  149. Now is time to stop spread of Isis 'cancer', urges Chaldean Patriarch
  150. Vatileaks monsignor begins 18-month prison term in Vatican
  151. Turkey gives early release to man convicted of murdering priest
  152. St Teresa will always be 'Mother' Teresa, says Pope
  153. Pilgrims asked to pray for Spanish nun murdered in Haiti
  154. Pope Francis in Sweden: Vatican announces provisional itinerary
  155. Bishop appointed by Vatican arrested by Chinese authorities
  156. Vatican releases details of Pope's trip to Caucasus
  157. US Abbot Polan elected primate by Benedictines
  158. Francis approves day of prayer for survivors of abuse
  159. Vatican debates merits of Pope Francis' view of the global economy
  160. Catholics urged to reject partisan views on migration and heed the Gospel message
  161. Pope Francis ends 15 years of discussion on law on sacraments by adopting Eastern code
  162. Bishops appeal to Catholic judiciary in bid to thwart Duterte's death penalty plan
  163. Christians must believe in the resurrection, not just its spiritual context
  164. Pope provides comfort for those struggling at the beginning and end of life's journey
  165. Jews, Christians and Muslims set out pathways to peace in Assisi
  166. Two priests kidnapped in Mexico found dead 24 hours later
  167. Santorum joins Donald Trump's Catholic advisory group
  168. Pope Francis appeals for help for civilians trapped in besieged Aleppo
  169. Pope warns of global war to destroy the institution of marriage
  170. Gay Catholics and those confused about sexuality deserve same pastoral care, Pope tell reporters
  171. Seven Catholic institutions to divest from fossil fuel companies
  172. Colombian president wins Nobel Peace Prize despite losing vote for peace
  173. Aid slowly makes its way to thousands of Haitians displaced by hurricane
  174. Sport works in tough areas of life where religion often fails, Vatican conference hears
  175. Archbishop of Detroit says special 'Mass of Pardon' for the sins of the diocese
  176. Pope calls for ceasefire to protect 'victims of the inhumane conflict in Syria'
  177. Christians who reject refugees are 'hypocrites,' Pope says
  178. Pope Francis canonises seven new saints who 'struggled to the very end with all their strength'
  179. Colombian bishops urge the government and rebels to commit to ceasefire
  180. Catholic bishops step up campaign to steer warring factions to peace in Congo
  181. Iraqi Christians welcome Mosul offensive but still fear the aftermath
  182. Jesuits close church to dialogue over student protests after it is 'violated'
  183. Pope Francis opens papal bedroom to the public for the first time
  184. Manila Archdiocese launches drug rehab programme after huge increase in vigilante killings
  185. US Catholics urged to pray novena ahead of election
  186. Vatican to open archives on Argentina's 'dirty war'
  187. Priests to celebrate Masses outdoors after massive earthquake destroys town
  188. The Beatitudes according to Pope Francis
  189. Pope Francis: Catholic Church is very unlikely to ever ordain women
  190. US election: Catholic women responsible for boosting Clinton campaign
  191. Church is afraid to speak out about organ trafficking, says Mozambique nun
  192. Washington DC takes next step towards legalising assisted suicide
  193. US voters rejected Catholic Church's standpoints on single issue referendums
  194. Religious leaders react to Trump's shock US presidential election win
  195. Diocese investigating 'aborted foetus priest' over potential 'desecration of the altar'
  196. Congressmen call halt to same sex marriage in Mexico for fear of Catholic backlash
  197. Pope encourages new cardinals not to let virus of 'animosity' enter the Church
  198. Mercy doesn't end today, says Pope at close of Holy Year
  199. Rwanda bishops ask for forgiveness for part Catholics played in 1994 genocide
  200. Mary to be the focus of next World Youth Day celebrations, Pope Francis announces
  201. Martin Scorsese meets Pope after private screening for Jesuits
  202. Pope Francis announces first US martyr, leading the way for beatification
  203. Swiss bishop to priests: No last rites for patients seeking assisted suicide
  204. Baby Jesus reminds us of painful plight of migrants, Pope says as Vatican Nativity scene unveiled
  205. Pope calls to express condolences after Cairo church attack
  206. Pope writes to President Assad urging him to end the war in Syria
  207. Vatican encourages faithful to send birthday message to Pope Francis
  208. 'Leader of the people' of Brazil Cardinal Arns dies age 95
  209. Filipino bishops oppose restoring death penalty as 'culture of death' prevails
  210. Pope meets with Colombian leaders at odds on FARC peace deal
  211. Pope Francis to visit Fatima in May 2017
  212. Pope names first woman to head Vatican Museums
  213. Cardinal Timothy Dolan to play part in Donald Trump's presidential inauguration
  214. Scourge of terrorism is enveloping the world, says Pope in first message of 2017
  215. Catholic representation in Capitol Hill increases as new lawmakers are sworn in
  216. Church in India forms support group for transgender people
  217. Newborn found on steps of Catholic cathedral in good health
  218. Vatican's doctrinal chief dismisses idea of 'fraternal correction' of Pope
  219. Vatican commission responds to Order of Malta's refusal to cooperate with investigation
  220. Bishop opposes death sentence for man convicted of killing churchgoers
  221. Church must address intolerance, says bishop, after 'integration czar' labels Catholic schools 'homophobic'
  222. Pope meets Palestinian President as world leaders recommit to two-state solution
  223. Opus Dei to begin process to choose new prelate
  224. Protests across Virginia as state executes 112th victim in 40 years
  225. Pro-life groups celebrate Trump’s ban on funding for abortions overseas
  226. Americans back tighter abortion laws as Trump cuts supply of tax dollars to foreign abortion schemes
  227. Pope Francis: Never underestimate the courage and wisdom of women
  228. Bishop vows to 'stand in solidarity with immigrant families' as Trump orders US-Mexico wall
  229. Vatican officials visit war-torn city of Aleppo to express Pope's 'closeness' with Syrian people
  230. Right to life engrained in constitution, US Vice President Pence tells pro-life march
  231. Trump's ban on immigrants is devastating, chaotic and cruel, US bishops say
  232. Trump promise to prioritise Christian refugees will fuel tension, warns Iraqi Patriarch
  233. Trump nominates Episcopalian known to back religious rights as US Supreme Court Judge
  234. Trump's decision to retain Obama's 'deeply flawed' executive order threatens religious freedom, warn US Bishops
  235. Vatican releases 'clearest possible guidelines' on church's stance on bioethical issues
  236. Clericalism is a 'virus that has infected the church', Australian abuse panel told
  237. No nation free of organ trafficking, claim speakers at Vatican summit
  238. Catholics and Lutherans celebrate Reformation with new Bible translations
  239. US bishops urge Conscience Act to protect health care workers from having to 'destroy innocent unborn children'
  240. Pope Francis asks for forgiveness from victims of clerical sex abuse on behalf of Catholic Church
  241. Christian leaders urge Trump not to delay on signing religious freedom legislation
  242. Fatima nun one step closer to beatification as Portuguese church sends evidence to Vatican
  243. US-Mexico border bishops call for dignity for migrants
  244. Vatican freezes €2m over suspected money laundering
  245. Populism fuelling self-centred rejection of migrants, pope says
  246. Cardinal Burke leaves Guam after interviewing witnesses in abuse case
  247. Trump administration to enhance enforcement of immigration laws, including construction of US-Mexico wall
  248. Defend Ukraine's children in face of 'humanitarian emergency' not seen in Europe since WWII, implores archbishop
  249. South African bishops call for restraint following xenophobic attacks
  250. US bishops applaud Trump repeal of transgender bathroom directive
  251. Reach out to cohabiting couples in order to promote marriage, says pope
  252. Assisted suicide law takes effect in US capital despite church opposition
  253. Lent is a time to say no to the asphyxia of selfishness and 'silent indifference', says Pope
  254. Situation is 'critical and dangerous' for Iraqi christians refugees
  255. Christians must differentiate between Muslims and extremists, warns Catholic church in Egypt
  256. Iraq excluded from Trump's revised executive order temporarily banning refugees from entering the US
  257. Poor will bear the brunt of Republican's new healthcare legislation, Catholic bishops say
  258. Transnational corporations commit 'abuses with impunity', says Guatemalan bishop urging UN defence of human rights
  259. Vatican confirms Pope Francis will visit Colombia in September
  260. Attacks show Venezuelan Government relations with Catholics deteriorating
  261. Beatification date for Oklahoma priest murdered in Guatemala announced
  262. Catholic climate change activists put pressure on Trump administration over Paris Agreement
  263. Indian bishops set up online system to register and protect migrants
  264. OBITUARY: Early civil rights activist who was radicalised by deprivation of Derry hometown
  265. Half the population of South Sudan on the brink of starvation, says Catholic Relief Service representative
  266. Pope committed to rooting out the 'scourge of sex abuse in the church' says Cardinal
  267. Spread hope, preach Christ, don't worry about numbers, pope says
  268. Indigenous, accompanied by church, fight for rights in Amazon rainforest
  269. Child protection commission seeks new ways to be informed by victims, following Marie Collins resignation
  270. Companies that help build Trump's border wall are 'traitors to the homeland', says Archdiocese of Mexico
  271. Global peace and security demand an end to nuclear weapons, pope tells UN
  272. White House 'does not care about climate change', warns Catholic environment campaigners
  273. Our Lady of Fatima centenary: The special relationship between St John Paul II and Our Lady
  274. First three Vatican refugee families begin new life in Italy
  275. More must be done to combat child trafficking, Vatican official says
  276. Pope horrified by 'unacceptable massacre' in Syria
  277. Cupich starts seed fund for anti-violence initiatives in Chicago and pleads for more help
  278. Number of Catholics in the world continues upward trend, thanks to Africa
  279. Catholic leaders in Syria condemn US aggression over alleged chemical attacks
  280. Scientists must 'foresee and prevent' distorted use of biotechnologies to manipulate life, says Pope
  281. Next few months will decide Christians' fate in badly scarred Iraq, says aid agency head
  282. 'Love is the engine that drives our hope forward', Pope Francis tells weekly audience
  283. Editor-at-large of Jesuit America magazine to advise Vatican communications department
  284. Egypt has highest level of government restriction on religion, according to global report
  285. In Syria, Franciscan superior sees devastation, but also signs of hope
  286. 'Demonic' Boko Haram must be fought in the spiritual realm as well as the physical, says Nigerian Catholic bishop
  287. Vatican stamps mark Pope Benedict's birthday and Fatima apparitions
  288. Catholic bishops welcome stays of execution for six condemned men in Arkansas
  289. Head of Philippines bishops conference attacks Catholics for 'rebuffing church morals and doctrine'
  290. Vatican confirms Bartholomew to meet Pope during Cairo trip
  291. Church needs martyrs who 'stand up to hatred' even though it endangers their lives, Pope says
  292. Catholic bishops name no names as they weigh in on French presidential election
  293. Catholic schools forced to erect 8ft walls and hire armed guards to protect children in Pakistan
  294. Christians 'always have hope' no matter how bad things get, Francis says ahead of trip to Cairo
  295. Knights of Malta urged to vote for a temporary leader to replace Festing
  296. ICC's 'mass murder' case against Duterte should inject fear into the Philippines killing squads, bishops say
  297. Catholic leaders urge Israel to meet Palestinian hunger strikers' demands
  298. Pope calls for peace amid deadly protests in Venezuela
  299. Pope Francis' historic trip to Cairo was 'big blessing' to Egyptians
  300. Belgian Catholic order allows euthanasia in psychiatric care centres it runs
  301. Bankruptcy protection is a more fair and transparent solution to Puerto Rican debt crisis
  302. Head of French Catholic bishops welcomes Macron's election
  303. Priest kidnapped in Yemen pleads for help in new video message
  304. US bishops pledge to end death penalty
  305. South Korean Catholics hope Catholic president-elect can unify nation
  306. FATIMA@100: Pope says his visit to the site of Marian apparitions is pilgrimage of peace and hope
  307. The death penalty is 'inadmissible', says Pope
  308. FATIMA@100: Pope says he has doubts about alleged Medjugorje apparitions
  309. Latin American bishops appeal for aid for food-short Venezuela
  310. Reports say Callista Gingrich will be nominated as US Vatican ambassador
  311. Message of peace given at Fatima still 'timely and urgent' 100 years later, says UN panel
  312. Priest stabbed at the altar while celebrating Mass in Mexico city
  313. Pope wants synod dedicated to people in Amazon, archbishop says
  314. Vatican commission believes first seven Marian apparitions at Medjugorje were real but doubts authenticity of others
  315. Australian Police take legal advice on whether to prosecute Cardinal Pell on decades-old abuse allegations
  316. Pope Francis to join rest of Catholic world in celebrating Corpus Christi on a Sunday
  317. Medjugorje report's conclusions could be a 'first' for the church, says Vatican commission member
  318. Coptic pope issues stark warning that Christians in Egypt are 'struggling for their very existence'
  319. Trump nominates Callista Gingrich ambassador to Vatican
  320. UN only 'half fulfilled its role' as refugees left to 'sad fate', says Central African bishop
  321. Trump first sitting president to visit Jersualem's Western Wall
  322. Venezuelan bishops repeat their rejection of government's proposal for a new constitution
  323. Devil wants 'comfortable, wishy-washy, business savvy' Catholic Church, Pope says
  324. Documentary featuring Pope Francis and feature film on Fatima apparitions to be released in cinemas
  325. First Swedish cardinal has a 'very important mission' in one of the most secular countries in Europe
  326. Becoming a cardinal is not a job promotion but a call to be more like Jesus, Spanish cardinal-designate says
  327. First cardinal-designate from Laos 'never dreamed this appointment was possible'
  328. Pope Francis names Archbishop Angelo De Donatis as vicar for the Diocese of Rome
  329. Francis points to the road map of the Christian spirit in Scriptures
  330. Priest says Egypt's Christians feel they could be martyrs at any time
  331. Pope in Genoa: condemns meritocracy; attitudes to migrants and challenges priests over vocations crisis
  332. Federal appeals court upholds injunction against Trump's travel ban
  333. Bishops in southern Mexico face threats from organised criminal groups
  334. Medieval Catholic church to blame for Lutheran split, Cardinal Koch tells ecumenical leaders
  335. US Bishops urge Trump to honour Paris climate pact to protect the planet
  336. The Holy Spirit 'generates diversity' which brings about unity, Pope Francis tells Pentecostal audience
  337. Catholic missionaries are in the vanguard of relationship with Muslims worldwide, Francis says
  338. Questions surround Cameroonian bishop's reported suicide
  339. Catholic killed in London Bridge attack inspires charitable gifts
  340. US House of Representatives passes bill to aid Christian victims of genocide in Middle East
  341. US church leaders helping many find healing as victims of clergy sexual abuse, but more to be done, finds audit
  342. Spanish government honours Catholic who died saving a woman's life at London Bridge
  343. Uphold a woman's right to contribute fully to society, pope says
  344. Archbishop to become Lithuania's first beatified Soviet-era martyr
  345. South Africa 'a few inches from the throes of a mafia state' finds panel as Council of Churches call for dissolution of Parliament
  346. Cameroonian bishop's death: murder not suicide, say officials
  347. Pope joins other religious leaders to promote friendship across religions and cultures
  348. Parish prays for US congressman in critical condition after shooting
  349. Over 50 Indonesian priests resign after accusing bishop of embezzling more than £78,000 of church money
  350. Elections needed in Venezuela to put an end to violence and bring relief to suffering people, says Vatican official
  351. Stolen St John Bosco brain relic found hidden in copper teapot
  352. Church offers counselling to help children cope with trauma of Grenfell fire
  353. Pope to make fourth visit to South America with Peru-Chile trip planned for January, announces Vatican
  354. Pope urges Merkel to continue supporting Paris climate agreement
  355. 'Resorting to old models' will only delay resolution of conflict between US and Cuba, says bishop
  356. End fear and false ideologies by getting to know refugees, says Pope
  357. Experienced diplomat, Indian Cardinal Dias dies at 81
  358. Indonesian priests seek Vatican help in row with bishop over church funds
  359. More than 3,300 killed in DRC fighting since October, reports Catholic Church
  360. Pope sends nearly half a million dollars to South Sudan to show solidarity and support, after visit postponed
  361. American film director and producer, Scorsese, says a childhood of faith and films continues to inspire him
  362. Mali Church demands tougher stance against Islamists following terrorist attack
  363. US priest brutally murdered in Guatemala, Father Rother, documentary trailer released
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