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20 December 2013 11:31 by Christopher Lamb

A former British Ambassador to the Holy See has been appointed the principal of St Mary's University College, Strawberry Hill.

20 December 2013 11:24 by Liz Dodd

Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith has hit back at a highly political Church of England-backed campaign that claims his benefit changes are forcing people to go to food banks.

19 December 2013 14:44 by Sarah Parsons

An American archbishop has temporarily stepped down while police are investigating a claim that he inappropriately touched a minor in 2009.

19 December 2013 14:11 by Christa Pongratz-Lippitt

Cardinal Christoph Schönborn of Vienna has deplored the lack of appreciation for Pope Emeritus Benedict among theologians.

19 December 2013 14:03 by Liz Dodd

A diocese in China has refused to bury its recently deceased bishop until the Government returns a local church cemetery, prompting officials to take clergy away for questioning today.

19 December 2013 13:18 by Sarah Parsons

Recent messages from bishops in England and Wales have revealed a renewed emphasis on poverty with six bishops citing the issue in pastoral letters and statements, research by The Tablet has found.

18 December 2013 17:16 by Liz Dodd

Church leaders and Catholic MPs today called attention to the plight of migrants by sailing along the River Thames in a tiny wooden boat once used for trafficking.

18 December 2013 13:32 by Sarah Mac Donald in Dublin

Ireland's Ombudsman for Children has called for an end to “religious discrimination” in Catholic schools’ admissions policies.

18 December 2013 13:23 by Brian Morton

A Scottish Catholic priest has been given the green light to sue the Church for unfair dismissal.

18 December 2013 12:05 by Abigail Frymann Rouch

The Judicial Conduct Investigations Office has issued a formal warning to high court judge Sir Paul Coleridge for voicing his support for traditional marriage.