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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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Embracing Pope Francis' request to sponsor a refugee family, the Vatican's St. Anne parish has welcomed a family of four from Damascus, in Syria
Pope Francis on Friday named Brother Guy Joseph Consolmagno, S.J. - a regular contributor to The Tablet - as the new director of the Vatican Observatory
The Archbishop of Canterbury has invited the heads of all the other Anglican churches to a summit meeting in Canterbury in January in what appears to be an attempt to avoid a permanent split in the church over homosexuality
The Catholic Church in the US has embraced technology ahead of the visit of Pope Francis this month by launching the first Catholic mobile app
A quick glance up from one’s iPad on the Tube this morning and you could be forgiven for thinking that the advert above your head was just another announcement about Tube improvements works
California could become the fifth US state - and the largest economy in the world - to allow doctors to help patients take their lives, after the state legislature passed a law permitting it for terminally ill people given less than six months to live
The minuscule church in Nepal is rejoicing after the Constituent Assembly of Nepal rejected by a two-thirds majority the motion to return the fledgling democracy into a Hindu nation state.
The Vatican today released the full list of participants at next month’s Synod on the Family in Rome.
Violence broke out in Nepal last night after the constituent assembly drafting a new constitution voted to maintain the secular state of the nation
Christian leaders are hoping to use the visit of Pope Francis to the US later this month to press for penal reform