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16 September 2014 12:45 by Abigail Frymann Rouch

Conflict in Iraq, Syria and Gaza has led to the greatest humanitarian crisis the world has faced since the Second World War, the head of the Catholic Church’s relief and development work said.

15 September 2014 11:22 by Liz Dodd

Pope Francis today appointed Monsignor Marcus Stock as the new Bishop of Leeds.

16 September 2014 13:34 by Joanna Moorhead

Hopes that the forthcoming Synods on the Family will make radical changes to doctrine may be premature, a bishop warned.

15 September 2014 14:45 by Liz Dodd

Co-habiting couples were among those married by Pope Francis at a ceremony in Rome this weekend.

15 September 2014 14:43 by Liz Dodd

Cardinal Vincent Nichols has described as "repugnant and chilling" the murder of a third Western hostage by Islamic State militants, as Pope Francis warned that the world is in the midst of World War III.

12 September 2014 15:52 by Christopher Lamb

An independent Scotland would require its own papal nuncio, it emerged this week.

12 September 2014 15:51 by Jonathan Luxmoore

Pope Francis may visit Turkey on 29-30 November with the aims of strengthening links with the Orthodox Church’s Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew of Constantinople, and of supporting the cause of peace in the region.

12 September 2014 15:54 by Sarah Mac Donald

Letters written by the wife of assassinated United States President John Kennedy to an Irish priest and held by the Vincentians have been returned to her family.

11 September 2014 13:37 by Sarah Mac Donald in Dublin

Newly appointed Archbishop of Armagh Eamon Martin, who also becomes Primate of All Ireland, says he wants to see a “humble renewal” of the Irish Church led from the bottom up by the laity.

11 September 2014 13:39 by Liz Dodd

Inconvenient Mass timings are putting off non-practising Catholic parents from returning to church, according to new research published on Thursday.