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- Black Catholic bishop sees 'pattern of excessive force' by police as Ferguson riots continue
- 'Forgotten' Christianity must remind people of its service to others
- Pope raises human rights concerns with Egyptian President
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Potentially criminal transactions identified by the Vatican financial watchdog have soared as Pope Francis’ improved scrutiny measures start to pay off.
Pope Francis is establishing a commission under the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith to examine the appeals of priests punished for sexual abuse of minors and other serious crimes.
Pope Francis has set a date for his first visit home, authorities in Argentina have claimed.
A prominent gay Catholic has been told he cannot be a Cafod volunteer due to his “speaking out against aspects of church teaching”.
The Bishop of Basel, Felix Gmür, has permitted the democratically elected Basel Catholic church corporations (“katholische Landeskirchen beider Basel”), which are officially only responsible for church finances, to formulate an initiative appealing for equality between men and women as far as ordination to the priesthood is concerned.
Pope Francis cancelled his engagements this morning and postponed a visit to a Marian shrine outside Rome in the run up to his visit to the Holy Land.
The Chairman of Governers at a Catholic primary school that is being transferred to the Church of England after its intake became overwhelmingly Muslim is calling for a national review of the purpose of Catholic education.
A Catholic College in Dublin stands to gain over £800,000 from the sale of private correspondence from the late Jacqueline Kennedy to an Irish priest.
Ruth Gledhill, The Times’ religion correspondent, is departing after 25 years at the paper and her role is being scrapped.
Western society has reduced the Christian command to “love they neighbour” for secular tolerance, Czech priest and philosopher Fr Tomáš Halík warned last night as he was presented with the prestigious Templeton Prize.