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Pope Francis has said that despite opposition within the Church to some of his reforms, he is pursuing changes “without looking over my shoulder”...


Pope Francis prayed for the victims of the two recent terror attacks in Dhaka, Bangladesh, and Baghdad, Iraq, during his Sunday Angelus...


Pope Emeritus Benedict has said there was a so-called ‘gay lobby’ operating in the Vatican while he was Pope, but added that no one pressurised him to resign...


South African Church leaders have criticised the government for fuelling recent pre-election violence and warn that a culture of greed and patronage politics will destroy the country...


Relics of Blessed Oscar Romero, including a handkerchief with blood from the day he was assassinated, will be on show in Los Angeles’ cathedral from today...

 


Four colleagues accused of taking part in the mock crucifixion of a teenage Catholic apprentice have been cleared of faith crimes by a jury...


A judge in Kosovo has rejected an application to extradite Laurence Soper, the fugitive former abbot of Ealing Abbey in west London, because the crimes he is accused of have expired in the Balkan state...


On the feast day of Sts Peter and Paul, Pope Francis said the patrons of the Vatican and the city of Rome are "two columns and two great lights that shine not only in Rome's sky, but in the heart of the faithful in the East and West"...

 


Pope Francis has cancelled his planned speech and asked for silence during his visit to a Nazi concentration camp in Poland next month...


The director of the Scottish Catholic Education Service (SCES), Michael McGrath, has welcomed a new initiative that enables more Catholic university students to study for a teaching certificate in religious education at their chosen institution...


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