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07 March 2014 13:03 by Sarah Mac Donald in Dublin

Two of Ireland’s most prominent dioceses say responses to the Vatican survey on marriage and the family reveal a gap between Church teaching and practice.

07 March 2014 10:02

To mark International Women’s Day tomorrow, the Women's Interfaith Network, which aims to promote understanding and dialogue between women of different faiths across the UK, is launching an art exhibition that showcases the work of women artists from around the world of different faiths.

06 March 2014 16:04 by Christopher Lamb

A leading figure in Catholic education pleaded guilty in a London court this week to downloading more than 5,000 images of child pornography from the internet to his computer.

06 March 2014 13:49 by Abigail Frymann Rouch

Cafod is warning that the Department for International Development’s (DfID) new focus on trade rather than aid will bypass small businesses, which employ some of the poorest people in developing nations.

06 March 2014 13:40 by James Macintyre

Record numbers of applications were made to top-performing Catholic secondary schools this year, with hundreds of pupils denied places.

06 March 2014 13:37 by Christa Pongratz-Lippitt

Pope Francis was breaking away from “moralism”, Cardinal Oscar Andres Rodriguez Maradiaga said in an interview with the German Catholic News Agency KNA on the occasion of the first anniversary of Pope Francis’ election.

05 March 2014 17:50 by Liz Dodd

Pope Francis has told Catholics to stay alert to poverty during Lent, warning that Christians risk becoming numbed to violence and suffering.

05 March 2014 17:05 by Christopher Lamb

The theologian and poet Dom Sebastian Moore, who died on 28 February aged 96, kept his mischievous streak right up until the end.

05 March 2014 13:09 by James Macintyre

Protests against nuclear weapons organised by Catholic peace groups will be held at the Ministry of Defence (MoD) and across the country this afternoon to mark Ash Wednesday.

05 March 2014 12:49 by James Macintyre

The Archbishop of Birmingham, Bernard Longley, handed out soup and sandwiches to the homeless at a soup kitchen in the city centre at the weekend.