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Hounded out of their homes by Islamist violence, Iraqi Christians face what many fear may be their final festive season in the land of their fathers as many prepare for exile
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The Church in Scotland has announced its college in Spain will re-open as a seminary.
Catholic and Protestant teachers will train alongside each other in a new institute announced by the Irish Government last week.
A 100-year-old library that holds thousands of books and artefacts of Catholic history is to close while a search continues for new premises.
St Benet's, the Benedictine permanent private hall that is the last body at Oxford University with a single-sex policy, has voted to admit women for the first time.
A taking of the temperature of Britain’s relationship with religion began last week with the launch of a major commission’s national consultation on belief.
The city of Aachen is celebrating the 1200th anniversary of Charlemagne’s death with a triad of exhibitions.
A Vatican tribunal has ordered the laicisation of Archbishop Jozef Wesolowski, the former nuncio to the Dominican Republic, who stands accused of sexual abuse. The action has been proposed following a hearing before the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, although the accused has two months to appeal.
Virtually the whole of the largest Christian community in Iraq has been forced into exile by fighting between Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIS) terrorists and Kurdish armed forcers, according to a local Dominican sister.
The Labour Party has reiterated its long-term support for faith schools in the wake of a poll in The Observer newspaper which found that nearly two-thirds of voters believe faith schools should not be funded by the state or should be abolished.
A senior priest has raised questions over the extent to which educational institutions in Wales are using Government guidelines to tackle radicalisation of students, after two students who attended a Catholic sixth form college went to Syria to join the terrorist group Isis.