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Spanish church leaders urged prayers and national unity after two terrorist attacks left at least 19 people dead...


Conflict and drought are threatening more than 20 million people in four countries with the prospect of famine, and the UN has called this food crisis the largest humanitarian crisis since the world body was formed more than 70 years ago...


Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Independence day address has done little to reassure the country’s Catholic population, as numbers of targeted attacks against Christians continues to rise...


Iceland is on its way to "eliminate" people with Down syndrome, a report from CBS News explained, causing uproar in the pro-life community over the high numbers of abortions following prenatal diagnosis of Down syndrome...


The day after Thursday (17 August) afternoon's Islamist terror attack on pedestrians, mainly tourists, strolling on Barcelona's Las Ramblas in the heart of the city, the names of those killed by the driver of the van, who deliberately mowed down as many men women and children as possible, started to be released...


The number of pupils gaining top results in Religious Education (RE) at A-level fell this year, bucking the national trend where the proportion of high marks awarded rose for the first time in six years...


The bishops of six dioceses appealed to the priests, religious and laity of the Diocese of Ahiara to abide by the directive of Pope Francis and accept Bishop Peter Ebere Okpaleke as their bishop and prepare for his installation...


Contradictions in the way the UK Government has spent money on energy overseas pose a threat to the world’s poorest communities and risk undermining its commitments on climate change, according to Catholic aid agency Cafod.


A group of white nationalists and neo-Nazis marched through downtown Charlottesville, Virginia, last weekend, protesting against the removal of a statue of the Confederate General Robert E. Lee. The march turned violent when one of the white nationalists drove his car into counter-protesters, killing a 32-year-old woman.


With US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un locked in a tense battle of rhetoric, the Catholic Church is urging both heads of state to choose a path of dialogue.


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