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24 November 2015 11:10 by Catholic News Service

The United States needs an immigration policy that is based on humanitarian need as message of support for helping refugees outweigh those disgreeing, senior Catholic clergy have said

23 November 2015 14:47 by Catholic News Service, Sean Smith

Pope Francis said that he was 'appalled by the senseless violence' in Mali and expressed his condolences for the attack on a hotel in Bamako that killed at least 22 people last Friday and asked people to pray for a lacerated world

23 November 2015 10:44 by Sean Smith

The agency that handles advertising for the three largest cinema groups in the UK has banned a short film by the Church of England because it deemed it 'too offensive' despite it receiving a U certificate

21 November 2015 15:15 by Christopher Lamb in Rome

The Vatican has formally charged five people in connection with leaking and sharing documents concerning the Holy See’s finances.

20 November 2015 22:58 by Sean Smith

The Tablet looks at the web stories, analysis and comment that provide a thought-provoking look at the world around us. They are not from a Catholic viewpoint, but they speak to Catholicism today...

20 November 2015 15:26 by Sean Smith

Georgia has executed a man convicted of murdering a woman he met at a nightclub despite last minute pleas that his conviction was in doubt

19 November 2015 22:54 by Christopher Lamb in Rome

ope Francis is planning to press ahead with a planned visit to the Central African Republic despite the country being a war zone and ravaged with sectarian violence

19 November 2015 12:00 by Elena Curti

The former Ambassador to the Holy See, Francis Campbell, told how his Catholic teachers in Northern Ireland helped further the cause of peace during the Troubles during a lecture sponsored by The Tablet

19 November 2015 11:39 by Sean Smith

Two Irish filmmakers who made a feature about a notorious American abortion doctor have warned pro-choice campaigners in Ireland who want to demystify abortion in Ireland that they should be careful what they wish for

18 November 2015 14:29 by Sean Smith, Catholic News Service

Catholic charities in the US have been receiving hate mail after the Paris terrorist attacks for their decision to campaign to have more Syrian refugees housed in the country