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Pope Francis has lent his support to Rome's bid to host the 2024 Olympic Games, but says he will not be around to witness them.
A massive, detailed Vatican-ordered investigation of U.S. communities of women Religious ended with a call to the women themselves to continue discerning how best to live the Gospel in fidelity to their orders' founding ideals while facing steeply declining numbers and a rapidly aging membership.
Scores of children were killed in a Taliban attack on a school in Peshawar this morning, in what has been described as the worst attack of its kind in Pakistan.
Ed Miliband has criticised a suggestion by the Government that child benefit should be limited to two children.
“Hell touched us”, the Archbishop of Sydney said yesterday during a Mass for victims of the siege at Martin Place.
Mgr John Armitage, the vicar general of Brentwood Diocese, has been appointed the new Rector of the Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham.
Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith has defended cuts to welfare payments following criticism of them by senior Catholic Church leaders.
The former President of Ireland, Mary McAleese, has been appointed as a professor at St Mary’s University in London.
A priest who left active ministry after admitting a relationship with a woman is being replaced by a married priest.
Cardinal Christoph Schönborn has said that some participants’ responses at October’s Extraordinary Synod on the Family were characterised by fear.