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In an embarrassment for the Myanmar Government, which is effectively led by Nobel Laureate Aung San Suu Kyi, the latest study released by the United Nation’s refugee agency says the number of people fleeing Myanmar is now almost half a million...


Pope Francis will formally create five new cardinals today, further ensuring that the body which elects his successor will be made up of pastors on the Church’s peripheries...


Staunchly supported by Cardinal Christoph Schönborn, five Austrian church aid organisations have pooled resources in order to help rebuild the village of Baqofa north of Mosul, in the hope that others will follow their example and encourage Christians to return to the Nineveh Plain, northern Iraq...


The Bishop of East Anglia has raised concerns about the future of the Conservative’s pledge to remove the 50 per cent cap on faith admissions to new free schools...

 


Judges at the European Court of Human Rights have rejected a plea from the parents of terminally-ill baby Charlie Gard to intervene in his case...


US Catholic bishops are "deeply concerned" about the consequences of the US Supreme Court's decision to allow a partial ban on foreign nationals as it reviews the constitutionality of a wider ban...


The Church of England and the Methodist Church in Britain are to consider proposals that would bring them into a new relationship, after almost 200 years of formal separation...


Mali’s cardinal-designate has arrived in Rome for tomorrow's (28 June) consistory, despite earlier reports that he may have had to pull out of the ceremony, due to health problems...


The Philippine military have said the Catholic priest abducted by Islamic militants in Marawi in the southern Philippines was seen alive on 25 June, during a "humanitarian pause" in the conflict...


Francis celebrated a Mass this morning to mark 25 years since the Pope’s ordination as a bishop. The 80 year-old pontiff delivered a homily with a clear message: despite my age, I’m not going anywhere... 


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Both sides in Amoris Laetitia debate are right, says Cardinal Müller19 October 2017 by Christa Pongratz-Lippitt

Pro Francis theologians start petition in support of Pope following 'filial correction' 18 October 2017 by Christopher Lamb

German bishops abandon controversial Missal translation09 October 2017 by Christa Pongratz-Lippitt

Both sides in Amoris Laetitia debate are right, says Cardinal Müller19 October 2017 by Christa Pongratz-Lippitt

Pro Francis theologians start petition in support of Pope following 'filial correction' 18 October 2017 by Christopher Lamb

German bishops abandon controversial Missal translation09 October 2017 by Christa Pongratz-Lippitt

Changing minds and hearts: the basic moral test of a society and its laws is the treatment of human life at its most vulnerablePremium18 October 2017 by John Wilson

The book of the people: the laity were reading the scriptures before 1517Premium18 October 2017 by Thomas Kaufmann

When realities collide: A pro-life activist suggests a change of direction for those campaigning for the abolition of the Abortion ActPremium18 October 2017 by Rebecca Bratten Weiss

Changing minds and hearts: the basic moral test of a society and its laws is the treatment of human life at its most vulnerablePremium18 October 2017 by John Wilson

The book of the people: the laity were reading the scriptures before 1517Premium18 October 2017 by Thomas Kaufmann

When realities collide: A pro-life activist suggests a change of direction for those campaigning for the abolition of the Abortion ActPremium18 October 2017 by Rebecca Bratten Weiss

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