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Negotiations between government and opposition groups in Venezuela, followed by free and fair elections, are needed to put an end to violence and bring relief to the suffering people, a Vatican official said...


Dozens of Indonesian priests have quit their posts after accusing a bishop on the Catholic majority island of Flores of embezzling more than $100,000 (£78,285) of church funds for personal use...


More than 150 people attended a prayer service at St Catherine of Siena Church in Metairie on 14 June to pray for the recovery of the US House Majority Whip Steve Scalise, R-Louisiana, and other victims of a shooting in Alexandria, Virginia, early that morning...


Reaching out to people of other religions can be both challenging and enriching for individuals and is the only hope for true peace in the world, say variety of religious leaders, including Pope Francis...


Atlanta Archbishop Wilton Gregory said today (14 June) that the US Catholic bishops "can never say that we are sorry enough for the share that we have had in this tragedy of broken fidelity and trust" - the clergy sex abuse crisis...


Catholic bishops in Cameroon said a bishop whose body was pulled from a river in early June did not commit suicide, but was brutally murdered...


Liberal Democrat leader, Tim Farron announced his resignation last night saying he felt “remaining faithful to Christ” was incompatible with leading his party...


The first ever Jesuit bishop to lead an Irish diocese will be ordained in the Cathedral of St Eunan and St Columba in Letterkenny in the Diocese of Raphoe on 6 August, writes Sarah Mac Donald.


Anglicans in Scotland have taken the “momentous” decision to allow same-sex couples to marry in church, following a vote at the Scottish Episcopal Church general synod last week.


New Taoiseach / Referendum promised on abortion ban

After six years in office, Enda Kenny has stepped down as Ireland’s Taoiseach and passed the baton to 38-year-old Leo Varadkar, the son of an Indian immigrant and the country’s first openly gay leader.


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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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