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Pope Francis has given the go-ahead for a barber's salon for the homeless to be installed under the colonnades of St Peter’s Square.
Church leaders have condemned Parliament's decision to back a change in law that could see Britain become the first country in the world to legalise the creation of three-parent embryos.
A church made entirely from ice has opened in the mountains in central Romania.
The Argentine bishops have said they are shocked by the death of the lawyer investigating the 1994 bombing of a Jewish cultural centre in Buenos Aires in which 87 people were killed and 300 injured.
Reeling under the continuing clamour from ruling Hindu nationalists for India to be turned into a “Hindu nation”, Christians gave a cautious welcome to President Pranab Mukherjee’s Republic Day message that insisted: “Religion is a force for unity; we cannot make it a cause of conflict.”
The BBC is to dispense with a dedicated commissioning editor for religious programmes following a decision to fund fewer independent productions as part of its drive to cut costs.
The historic ordination of the first female bishop in the Church of England has already made an impact on ecumenical relations, the Catholic archbishop responsible for dialogue and unity said this week.
Almost one in two British adults has been to a church in the past year, with attending a religious service being the reason for getting for a third of visits, according to the results of a new poll.
The Pope has warned there are 'shadows and dangers' hovering over mankind, as the Vatican faces new threats from Islamic State (IS) militants.
Pope Francis has decided that archbishops will from now on receive their pallium in their home dioceses rather than at the Vatican.