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Tomorrow sees the re-convening of bishops in Rome to consider marriage, divorce and sexuality. Last year’s meeting brought bitter disagreements out into the open and the rows have continued to simmer ever since
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Pope Francis' hopes of visiting China in the future are beset by a number of problems - and it the situation for Christians in the country are getting worse, reports Sean Smith
A statue of St Junipero Serra and the gravestones of other Europeans have been vandalised at the Carmel Mission in California where he founded his mission
Christian schools today opened in Israel after a strike demanding equality in budgeting that lasted almost a month
Pope Francis has defended the right of a Kentucky clerk who was jailed earlier this month after she had refused to issue marriage licences to same-sex couples
An imminent attack on Christians should be expected in Pakistan, according to the country’s military
Today the word of God surprises us with powerful and thought-provoking images. Images which challenge us, but also stir our enthusiasm.
This morning Pope Francis met with five victims of clerical sexual abuse at St Charles Borromeo Seminary, Philadelphia.
In an unscripted talk to a gathering of thousands in Philadelphia on Saturday evening, the Pope gave an impassioned defence of the family as a living example of God’s love.
The spokesman for the Holy See confirmed Pope Francis is developing Catholic teaching in the areas of the environment and capital punishment, after his speech to the UN
In his address to the General Assembly of the United Nations today Pope Francis connected the world’s major ills and evils to a failure of will and lack of measures to preserve and improve the natural environment