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The Bishop of Portsmouth has put his diocese on “Environmental Alert” in response to the Pope’s ecology encyclical.
A Catholic chapel and Holocaust Memorial dedicated to promoting interfaith prayer is to close.
In what appears to be a very tight three-way race in the Canadian general election called for 19 October, Prime Minister Stephen Harper is using the war on terror and the fight against Islamic State (IS) as key reasons for re-electing a Conservative government.
The Vatican's top ecumenist praised France' Taizé community as a “youthful laboratory for inter-faith dialogue” on the tenth anniversary of the murder of its founder by a mentally ill pilgrim.
The promotion of the New Evangelisation within the Irish Church will increasingly see families ministering to other families, the Primate of All Ireland has suggested.
Church attendance – especially among the young – may be in decline, but the appetite for studying religion has doubled over the last decade.
Catholic theologians and commentators in Brazil have added to the pressure being piled on the left-wing Workers Party (PT) Government of Dilma Rousseff by mass protests across the country.
Pope Francis has expressed his deep sadness at the recent Bangkok bombings and his “heartfelt solidarity” with all affected.
Over 10 million people visited Cathedrals in England last year, according to a new report by the Church of England.
Pope Francis is now accepting applications from priests and retired bishops to become Missionaries of Mercy, fulfilling a promise he made in the April Papal Bull Misericordiae Vultus.