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The Catholic Theological Society of America (CTSA) has posted a report on its website from an ad hoc committee that cites a lack of respect on the part of the CTSA for more conservative theologians, writes Michael Sean Winters.


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19 October 2013 |

The Bishop of Portsmouth hopes next year’s Synod on the Family will offer mercy and reconciliation to Catholics who are divorced and remarried, writes Christopher Lamb. 


Africa should no longer be seen as a charity case requiring endless handouts from superior Western economies, the provincial of Jesuits in East Africa was to argue in a lecture.


A former Chief of the Defence Staff has said Britain should hold on to its nuclear deterrent in order to maintain peace in the world, writes Christopher Lamb.


Despite the decline of formalised religion in Britain, the country is a long way from being a nation of disbelievers, according to a new survey.


The Vatican has granted Heythrop College permission to award ecclesiastical degrees, writes Christopher Lamb. 


Archbishop Georg Gänswein, the personal secretary of Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI, says he tried to persuade Benedict to stay on and continue his work as Pope.


Catholic and Orthodox church leaders have urged Ukraine’s President Viktor Yanukovich to meet conditions for a planned November association agreement with the EU by releasing jailed former premier, Yulia Tymoshenko, writes Jonathan Luxmoore.

Croatia’s Catholic Church has marked the fiftieth year of its weekly, Glas Koncila, which was allowed by the former Communist regime to publicise the Second Vatican Council, writes Jonathan Luxmoore.

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