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- Pope in Latin America: Paraguay hopes Francis will make historic gesture of solidarity during three-nation trip
- Leading Catholics urge Duncan Smith to rethink further cuts ahead of emergency budget
- Anti-government protests ahead of Pope’s visit to South America
- Closure of London's Heythrop College puts Jesuit mission and 91 jobs at risk
- What is going on in Brentwood Diocese? Mike Lee
- What happens when you euthanase the mentally ill Sheila Hollins
- The argument between Greece and Germany is about far more than money Revd Dr Giles Fraser
The Government of Paraguay, the third country on Francis’s three-nation 5-12 July South American visit, is hoping the Pope will make a historic declaration regarding the 1864-70 war, the largest single conflict in the history of South America, which saw extraordinarily high casualty rates.
Leading Catholics including author Frank Cottrell-Boyce and academic Tina Beattie have urged Iain Duncan Smith to rethink further welfare cuts ahead of the Government's emergency budget next week.
A 400-year-old Catholic higher education institution in central London has announced it is closing as a university college.
Syrian Catholic Archbishop Jacques Behnan Hindo of Hassaké-Nisibi has been forced to abandon Hassaké, along with the remnant Christian community, after Islamic State entered the Eastern Syrian city on 25 June.
Cardinal Walter Kasper, president emeritus of the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity, has attempted to demonstrate how it would be possible theologically to allow remarried divorcees to receive the Eucharist under tightly defined conditions.
Brentwood diocese paid scant attention to gospel values when they made 10 members of staff redundant, it was claimed this week.
As many as 10 bishops in England and Wales are in charge of dioceses so short of priests that they would welcome the chance for the Church to discern whether ordaining married men would be the way forward, a retired bishop said this week.
Cardinal Vincent Nichols on Wednesday paid tribute to the inspirational work of young social activists at an awards ceremony in London.
A Melbourne newspaper says passport details prove Cardinal George Pell was studying in Oxford 46 years ago at the time a survivor of child sexual abuse says the Australian prelate, then a young priest, heard him plead for help a few weeks after being raped by a Christian Brother in the Victorian city of Ballarat.