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With the United Kingdom criticised for opting out of a European Union plan to resettle thousands of migrants from Africa and the Middle East, what should be the Christian response to immigration and does Scripture offer any guidance?
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Parishioners at St Mary’s church in Joplin, Missouri got an early Christmas present this year: their new church building was dedicated by Bishop James Johnston the week before Christmas.
The Archbishop of Canterbury has spoken of his efforts to reconcile the “deep disagreement” within the Church of England over gay marriage.
A senior Iraqi prelate has urged the Pope to visit his country and promised that he would be “100 per cent safe”.
The Bishop of Shrewsbury, Mark Davies, will reject the secularisation of Christmas in a homily for Midnight Mass that describes John Lennon’s song Imagine as a “heart-chilling” vision of a world with no religion.
The Archbishop of Glasgow has met with a woman whose daughter and parents were killed in the bin lorry tragedy in the city.
Ineffective budgetary oversight and "questionable" financial activities have plunged the Order of Friars Minor into significant debt and an extremely serious financial situation, its minister general said.
Pope Francis has delivered a stinging critique of the Roman Curia, describing it as “sick with power and greed”.
Pope Francis has named a new cardinal to the ceremonial post of camerlengo, the official responsible for running the Vatican between the death of a pope and the election of a new one.
The head of Lithuania's Catholic Church has warned that Russia may be preparing to attack his country, using "new forms of warfare".
The west London Orthodox cathedral visited by the Prince of Wales on Wednesday is habitually treated with profound disrespect by local Sunni Muslims, the Syriac Orthodox Archbishop for the UK has told The Tablet.