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Incidences of women being involved in extremist attacks are occurring abroad. As tactical innovations in extremist groups occur worldwide, the UK is, and will continue to be, impacted writes Rachel Bryson, researcher at think tank, Religion & Geopolitics, into global incidents of violent and non-violent extremism.

Dr Sean Carey, an honorary senior research fellow in the School of Social Sciences, University of Manchester, discusses the wall of virtue after the terrorist attack on the Manchester Arena on Monday night...

The Pope got more than he bargained for when The Tablet's Rome correspondent thrust a copy of this week's edition into his hands...

Over the weekend, Cardinal Robert Sarah, who runs the Congregation for Divine Worship and Discipline of the Sacraments, argued in a message that those promoting a 'modern liturgy' had caused disaster, devastation and schism by trying to reduce the Mass into a 'simple convivial meal'...

The day after the terrorist attack on Westminster for which Islamic State claimed credit

Michael O'Riordan writes from South Sudan where he is working with Cafod distributing desperately needed food aid in Yirol, which is in a state of famine.

Vatican expert who has hosted politicians from Tony Blair to Lady Thatcher has some advice for the new US President.

Pressure on the Knights of Malta is growing after new evidence emerged that Pope Francis never asked for Cardinal Raymond Burke and the Knights of Malta leadership to sack a senior official in a row about the distribution of condoms...

A papal commission is underway investigating the sacking of Albrecht von Boeselager, a senior figure in the Order of Malta, accused of supporting an organisation distributing condoms in Myanmar.

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