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With the United Kingdom criticised for opting out of a European Union plan to resettle thousands of migrants from Africa and the Middle East, what should be the Christian response to immigration and does Scripture offer any guidance?
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A delegation of Catholic bishops from across the world was unable to enter Gaza to say Mass at a local parish after being held up for eight hours by Israeli security forces.
A Catholic archbishop in Northern Nigeria has accused the West of ignoring the threat and continuing atrocities of the Islamist terrorist group Boko Haram.
Pope Francis said his five-day visit to the Philippines is “all about the poor”, as reports have emerged of street children being thrown in detention centres ahead of his visit.
Pope Francis has defended the right of freedom of speech but warned against offending other religions.
The Archbishop of Dublin called for dialogue and respect following the terrorist events in Paris last week.
Australia's bishops have condensed into 30 questions the 46 proposed by the Vatican for a survey of Catholics leading up to next October's Synod on the Family.
The Church of England needs to promote “numerical growth” and reach out to the world through digital and social media, according to a strategy paper written by the archbishops of Canterbury and York.
Pope Francis told Sri Lankans seeking reconciliation after two-and-a-half decades of civil war that, before they can forgive each other, they must repent of their own sins.
A theologian and expert on Blessed John Henry Newman has been appointed a Visiting Professor at St Mary’s University, in Twickenham, south-west London.