The Pope has identified the publishing of disinformation as the greatest sin of the media today. In an interview with the Belgian Catholic weekly Tertio, Francis was asked what he regarded as the most damaging aspect of contemporary communications.


Tablet editor Catherine Pepinster is to step down at the end of this year.

Ms Pepinster is the first woman editor in The Tablet’s 176 year history. 


Thousands of people across Malawi took to the streets as the country’s Catholic and evangelical churches held their first-ever nationwide march in protest against homosexuality and the government’s moves to legalise abortion...

Police in Argentina have arrested two Catholic priests and three other men accused of sexually assaulting and physically abusing at least 22 children at a school for youths with hearing disabilities...

Last week, during a visit to Dublin, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon confirmed that Holyrood would hold talks with Scottish health professions about the possibility of Northern Irish women accessing abortions within NHS Scotland...

The Bishop of Yei has warned of ethnic massacre, as a wave of tribal killings engulfs the formerly peaceful South Sudanese town.

Archbishop Georges Pontier, head of the French bishops' conference, has sharply criticised the Socialist government's plan to criminalise websites that offer women alternatives to abortion, saying it's a violation of freedom of expression and conscience...

The Archbishop has warned that imperial ambitions are still 'very much alive' in Russia and stressed that his country will defend its 'freedom and independence' against any new act of aggression...

Russian Orthodox Patriarch Kirill consecrated the Moscow church’s new showcase cathedral along the Seine in Paris last Sunday and mentioned Russian President Vladimir Putin and former French head of state Nicolas Sarkozy at the top of the list of people he thanked for making it possible...

The Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, Cardinal Gerhard Müller, has cautioned against polarisation over the interpretation of the Pope’s Apostolic Exhortation Amoris Laetitia and called for greater objectivity in the debate...

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