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28 January 2014 13:03 by Abigail Frymann Rouch

Dutch Cardinal Willem Eijk is fully committed to ecumenism and his position on the matter has not changed, his spokeswoman said.

28 January 2014 12:38 by James Macintyre

Mgr Mark O’Toole today becomes the first bishop to be installed at Plymouth Cathedral in more than 25 years, and the first in England and Wales to be appointed by Pope Francis.

28 January 2014 11:51 by Abigail Frymann Rouch

A reliquary containing the blood of the late Pope John Paul II was stolen after thieves broke into a small mountain church east of Rome at the weekend, with fears that a Satanic group could be behind the theft.

27 January 2014 14:29 by Liz Dodd

A fundraising campaign has been launched to purchase one of England’s grandest recusant homes to put it back into church hands.

27 January 2014 13:20 by James Macintyre

Tony Blair has called on governments around the world to acknowledge that a “clear common theme” of religious extremism is behind the world’s major conflicts, posing the biggest global security challenge of the twenty-first century, and change their policies accordingly.

27 January 2014 13:12 by Josef Pazderka

Pope Francis yesterday called for an end to violence in Ukraine, where at least three people have been killed in clashes that have erupted from two months of anti-Government protests.

24 January 2014 18:15 by Abigail Frymann Rouch

A small makeshift bomb exploded in central Rome early this morning, causing slight damage to a building belonging to a French religious establishment and three parked cars, just hours before a visit to Pope Francis by French President François Hollande.

24 January 2014 14:06 by James Macintyre

Divisions among Christians and a failure to evangelise are leading to insufficient witness by the Church in the Midlands, the Archbishop of Birmingham, Bernard Longley has said.

24 January 2014 13:34 by Christopher Lamb

A women’s ordination group will hold their annual meeting in a Catholic church for the first time in their history.

24 January 2014 13:27 by Jon Stibbs

El Salvadorean President Mauricio Funes has announced that the country’s main international airport is to be renamed after Archbishop Oscar Romero, who was murdered by a military death squad in 1980.