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- Pope Francis grants sweeping powers to Cardinal Pell’s Economy Secretariat
- Clegg welcomes Churches' election guidance and admits faith 'hasn't happened to me - yet'
- Lord Williams: don’t just vote for the candidate defending ‘Christian values’
- Cardinal George hospitalised after medics 'run out of tricks' to treat his cancer
A major survey hoping to garner examples of how religious faith is treated in the workplace in Britain has been launched.
Francis is set to become the first pope to set foot in Sri Lanka’s northern Tamil territory, amid accusations of ill treatment there by the country’s Singalese majority.
The Leadership Conference of Women Religious (LCWR) wrapped up its annual meeting in Nashville, affirming their commitment to continued dialogue with the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (CDF)
A Josephite sister was arrested at one of several sit-ins by Christians and members of other faiths at MPs' offices. The protesters were demanding changes to Australia's asylum seeker detention policies.
The president of the German bishops' conference, Cardinal Reinhard Marx, has appealed to Muslim leaders publicly to condemn Islamic terror in Iraq and to declare that violence in the name of God is never justified.
The Chief Executive of the Catholic charity Marriage Care welcomed the Government's greater commitment to supporting marriage pledged by the Prime Minister in a ringing endorsement of family life in London this week.
Leading theologians have criticised the closure of a university's post-graduate theology and ministry programme as “deeply regrettable”.
Pope Francis has called the Catholic family of an American journalist murdered by a British jihadist this week.
Satanists have returned a consecrated wafer intended for use in a black mass after a US Archdiocese threatened them with legal action.
Abuse survivors have condemned Australian Cardinal George Pell for suggesting that the Church should not be held responsible for crimes committed by its priests.