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Following his trip to Colombia in September, Pope Francis will return to South America in January for a visit to Chile and Peru the Vatican has announced today...


Pope Francis called for prayer on Sunday for the victims of wildfires which killed 62 people, including four children, in central Portugal this weekend...


A Vatican group, called for by Francis, is to draft a new document that will deal with excommunicating Catholics convicted of corruption or mafia-related crimes...


Church agencies are helping London Catholic school students cope with the trauma of the Grenfell Tower fire, including knowing that some of their fellow students are missing...


At noon on Saturday 17 June, three days after a fire swept through Grenfell Tower, Kensington, West London, claiming - according to figures at that time - 30 lives with 28 people missing and presumed dead, Cardinal Vincent Nichols, Archbishop of Westminster, celebrated a Mass for all those affected by, or claimed by, the fire...

 


Cardinal Vincent Nichols, Archbishop Justin Welby and Muslim leaders have united in condemning an attack on worshippers outside of Finsbury Park Mosque in North London late Sunday night in which one man has died and 10 others were injured...


Pope Francis has appointed a French priest with wide-ranging expertise in human rights, migrants and medical ethics as the first secretary of a Vatican department dedicated to social justice...


Inside a copper teapot in a kitchen cupboard, Italian police found the relic of St. John Bosco that had been stolen two weeks earlier from the basilica erected at his birthplace...

 


With nearly one in five children suffering from food insecurity, the UK has some of the highest levels of hunger and deprivation among the world’s richest nations, a new Unicef report has found...


The laity may start to have a greater say in the appointment of bishops, a member of the Council of Cardinals has said...

 


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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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