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Following the resignation of a prominent member and abuse survivor, Marie Collins, a pontifical commission charged with addressing issues related to clergy sex abuse vowed to continue to seek input from victims and survivors...


The Holy See has urged generosity, solidarity and selflessness in tackling climate change in order to prevent future generations from having to 'pay the extremely high price of environmental deterioration'...


The Pan-Amazonian Church Network, including indigenous leaders, testified before the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights in Washington last week. The group also met with church and government leaders and the public to help spread the word about what members describe as injustices and human rights abuses...


Visiting Milan, the centre of Italian fashion and finance, Pope Francis spent the morning with the poor and those who minister to them...


The European Union has forgotten its founding principles leaving citizens increasingly disconnected from Brussels and barriers built to stop migrants entering the continent, Pope Francis has said. 

 


His homeland of Nigeria has more Muslims than in the entire Middle East while the militant Islamic group, Boko Haram, is wreaking havoc in the country. Yet, when faced with extremism, Cardinal John Onaiyekan is a passionate advocate of dialogue with Muslims which he believes can prevent religiously inspired violence...


Pope Francis has cleared the way for the canonisation of Francisco and Jacinta Marto, the shepherd children who witnessed the apparitions of the Virgin Mary in Fátima, Portugal, in 1917...

 

 


There is absolutely no excuse for not implementing concrete measures to protect minors and vulnerable adults from sexual abuse, Cardinal Sean O'Malley of Boston has said...


Catholic Schools have warned that children’s education will be significantly disadvantaged by the Government’s proposed school funding shake up, the biggest in decades...


A new report by the Catholic charity Marriage Care has found that a quarter of people are in distressed relationships, with the biggest strain being money worries, writes Liz Dodd.


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Pope 'deeply saddened' by Westminster terrorist attack and assures those affected of his prayers23 March 2017 by Rose Gamble

Meetings, money and dress code: how Francis is trying to change curia, by one of his most influential advisors21 March 2017 by Christopher Lamb

East Africa Food Crisis: Humanitarian aid is more than food. It is a sign of hope.22 March 2017 by Michael O’Riordan

Pope 'deeply saddened' by Westminster terrorist attack and assures those affected of his prayers23 March 2017 by Rose Gamble

Meetings, money and dress code: how Francis is trying to change curia, by one of his most influential advisors21 March 2017 by Christopher Lamb

East Africa Food Crisis: Humanitarian aid is more than food. It is a sign of hope.22 March 2017 by Michael O’Riordan

Eamonn Casey remembered: Charismatic, complex, champion of the poorPremium23 March 2017 by Sally O’Neill

Thinking out of the box: Cardinal Gianfranco Ravasi says the church should offer discussion not ready-made answers Premium23 March 2017 by Christopher Lamb

We have lost the sense, strong in the early Church, that asceticism sets us freePremium23 March 2017 by Sara Maitland

Eamonn Casey remembered: Charismatic, complex, champion of the poorPremium23 March 2017 by Sally O’Neill

Thinking out of the box: Cardinal Gianfranco Ravasi says the church should offer discussion not ready-made answers Premium23 March 2017 by Christopher Lamb

We have lost the sense, strong in the early Church, that asceticism sets us freePremium23 March 2017 by Sara Maitland

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