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13 November 2015 14:49 by CNS

As the Catholic Church's liturgical year draws to a close, Catholics are reminded that the source of all beauty and the final destiny of all things lie in God, Pope Francis said

13 November 2015 11:05 by Sean Smith

Torture to extract confessions from prisoners and reprisals against defence lawyers are still widely prevalent in China despite the authorities claiming it is illegal

12 November 2015 14:39 by CNS

Pope Francis sends live video message to four-day conference on the Eucharist being attended by all Catholic churches in Mumbai, India

12 November 2015 12:48 by Christopher Lamb in Rome

The Vatican has announced a criminal investigation into two journalists who have written books based on leaked documents relating to the the Holy See’s finances

12 November 2015 11:52 by Sean Smith, CNS

With the release of the film Spotlight in the US, which details sex abuse in Boston at the turn of the millennium, the US bishops say that they are ready to help anyone who suffered sexual abuse at the hands of the clergy

12 November 2015 10:31 by CNS, Sean Smith

Vatican trip planners have been in the Mexican border town which has been the home of a drug war in the last decade which has seen the murder of thousands of people and an epidemic of female homicide

11 November 2015 14:28 by CNS

Pope Francis demanded an end to economic exploitation and to clerics who were "obsessed" with power, during a meeting with workers of the Catholic Church in Florence, Italy

11 November 2015 10:57 by Christopher Lamb in Rome

Randy Berry, the US envoy for the human rights of gays and lesbians who is visiting the Vatican says the final document of the Family of the Synod was incorrect to suggest that his country's aid to Africa is only given to countries that sympathise with same sex marriage

10 November 2015 13:50 by Catholic News Service, Brian Wallice

Reforms governing the transparency and accountability of Vatican monetary transactions are working as intended, according to one of the architects of Pope Francis' remake of the church's financial structure

10 November 2015 11:12 by Sean Smith

More than 154,000 people have signed a petition urging Amnesty International to stop pushing a pro-abrotion agenda onto Ireland and El Salvador