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The former Apostolic Nuncio to the Dominican Republic, Józef Wesolowski, who was awaiting trial on charges he possessed child pornography and abused minors, died inside the Vatican in the early hours of this morning.
The S & P Dow Jones Indices announced a new index tied to “Catholic Values.” The new stock index will follow the guidelines articulated by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops in their 2003 Socially Responsible Investment Guidelines.
Fears there would be a big fall in the number of Catholic MPs following the virtual wipeout of Labour in Scotland have proved unfounded.
Cardinal Kurt Koch, President of the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity, has said that Pope Francis’ approach to ecumenism is setting him apart from his predecessors including Benedict XVI.
The Catholic charities Pax Christi and Trócaire are among 35 international aid agencies to call for an end to Israel’s blockade on the Gaza strip.
Cardinal William J Levada was arrested in Kailua-Kona, on the island of Hawaii, for driving under the influence of alcohol.
The Archbishop of Glasgow, Philip Tartaglia, has apologised to abuse victims on behalf of the Church after a review criticised its safeguarding procedures.
Pope Francis is to lead a special liturgy in Rome to mark the first World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation in the Catholic Church.
When Archbishop Blase J Cupich of Chicago received the pallium on his shoulders on Sunday he did so in a demonstration of unity that he said extended from the people in the pews to the bishops who joined him in the sanctuary to Pope Francis.
The Jesuits need to rediscover their historic bravery and cultural importance to keep Heythrop College open as a jewel at the heart of Christian academia, said Dr Sarah Coakley, a leading university professor, this week. She stressed there was still time to reconsider the decision to close the college in its current form from 2018.