Heythrop College has been put up for sale by its owners in a move that could net the owners more than £100 million and any developer purchasing the 2.7-acre site in one of the most sought after areas in Europe three times that amount...

The campaign of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump announced that it has formed a group of Catholic leaders to advise him "on those issues and policies important to Catholics and other people of faith in America." A news release said the Catholic Advisory Group "is a key element of the Faith and Cultural Advisory Committee to the campaign."

Pope Francis urged the families of victims of this summer's lorry terror attack in Nice to respond with forgiveness, while stressing that he wanted to "share their pain."


Pope Francis today announced a toughening up of the miracle approval process for potential saints, ruling that a near unanimous agreement of medical experts was needed and that they cannot be paid for their services in cash. 

Journalism can become a form of “terrorism” when it peddles false rumours about people, Pope Francis said today warning reporters not to use their trade as a “weapon of destruction”...

International development charity Progressio has announced it is to close next year, following a period of consultation with its staff, partners, supporters and funders..

Research needed on school leadership Premium

22 September 2016 | by Lorna Donlon

The need to recruit and retain good leaders for schools is one of the key priorities for people involved in Catholic education, a conference at Heythrop College has heard, writes Lorna Donlon.

Cardinal Vincent Nichols has called for an urgent response from the international community to the migrant crisis engulfing Europe, while drawing attention to the thousands of people who continue to die in attempts to reach the continent.

Westminster Auxiliary Bishop, Nicholas Hudson, says the recent Proclaim 2016 national conference on evangelisation in Sydney has encouraged him to propose another similar event in England and Wales.

The government’s decision to increase court fees by up to 500 per cent for immigration and asylum cases will act as a barrier to justice, preventing vulnerable people from having their claims heard, warned Catholic charity the Cardinal Hume Centre, writes Rose Gamble.

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