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The Pope prayed silently for 20 minutes and laid a bouquet of white roses beside the coffin of Miriam Wuolou, the 34-year-old receptionist who was found dead at her flat on the outskirts of Rome last week

 


The story of a newspaper’s investigation into child sex abuse in the Catholic Archdiocese of Boston has won Best Picture at the Oscars, fighting off strong competition from The Revenant and Mad Max: Fury Road.

 


The Church has "let people down", says the Cardinal as he begins his evidence via video link into child sex abuse in the Australian diocese where he was ordained


The Vatican are offering cruises around Italy and parts of eastern Europe to help raise money for its museum and art collections. 

 


The leadership of the Irish Bishops Conference has signalled to the incoming government it will “strongly oppose” any attempt to repeal the constitutional pro life 8th Amendment


The Catholic charity Aid to the Church in Need has said that persecution in China is increasing after a cross was removed from a Catholic church in the Zhejian province in China


At least 10 Conservative Catholic MPs will defy their party’s official policy and campaign for Britain to leave the European Union


Italy will tonight vote on the new draft of a bill to allow same-sex civil unions in the country for the first time


Religious persecution in northern Nigeria is rising rapidly, with a 62 per cent increase in the violent killings of Christians recorded in the past year, according to a new report


Filipino Archbishop of Lipa, Ramon Arguelles, has urged Catholics not to attend a concert by international pop star Madonna who is in Manila to promote her new album Rebel Heart


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