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26 May 2015 11:29 by CNS

Pope Francis said he wants to be remembered as “a good person who tried to do good. I cannot ask for anything more than that.”

27 May 2015 12:06 by Katherine Backler

Cardinal Raymond Burke preached yesterday against a “dictatorship of relativism” which brands Christians“fundamentalists and extremists”.

26 May 2015 13:22 by Joanna Moorhead

Even a “broken” marriage remains a source of grace for those who are involved in it, Cardinal Vincent Nichols said at a special Mass celebrating the sacrament of matrimony which was attended by more than 500 couples marking milestone anniversaries in 2015.

26 May 2015 12:32 by Grace Isaac

Some 106 people have been charged in conjunction with the murder of a Christian couple burnt alive in a brick kiln in eastern Pakistan last Novembe

25 May 2015 06:00 by Christa Pongratz-Lippitt

The largest lay group in Germany has been branded by the country’s bishops as being “over-hasty” after it called for reforms to church teaching.

25 May 2015 06:00 by Joanna Moorhead

Prime Minister David Cameron’s new Health Minister is a Catholic who has gone on record to say the abortion rate is too high in Britain and that “something needs to be done about that”.

24 May 2015 17:43 by Sarah Mac Donald in Dublin

Ireland voted to allow same-sex marriage by two votes to one in an historic referendum held on Friday.

24 May 2015 08:41 by Jan de Volder

Vatican Cardinal Angelo Amato praised Blessed Oscar Romero during the martyred archbishop’s beatification as a man of peace who “continues to shine a light over the poor and marginalised”.

22 May 2015 17:31

A priest has been kidnapped in Syria – with local Christians fearing Islamic extremists have seized him.

22 May 2015 13:57 by Brian Morton

The man behind plans to renovate a former Catholic seminary in the west of Scotland has pledged to preserve the building's spiritual heritage.