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Over 130 imams and Muslim leaders have declared that they will refuse to say funeral prayers for the perpetrators of Saturday’s deadly terror attack in London...


The Bishops’ Conference of Mali has rejected information published by the French daily newspaper Le Monde claiming that Catholic bishops in Mali - including one recently named by Pope Francis to become a cardinal - have placed €12 million (£10.5 million) in Swiss bank accounts...


The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, has said that the terrorist attacks are to do with religion and that to claim otherwise is 'not getting us anywhere'...


Missionaries are entrusted with bringing hope to poor Christian communities while building bridges with Muslims and protecting human rights, Pope Francis told a group of men and women missionaries...


The Holy Spirit continues to give Christians different gifts and to call them to share those gifts with each other in a community marked by forgiveness and "unity in diversity," Pope Francis said on Pentecost...


Prime Minister Theresa May says the UK are “too tolerant” of extremism and faith leaders renew call for unity after seven die and 48 are injured in a terrorist attack on Saturday in London, the third incident Britain has experienced in three months...


Pope Francis has prayed for victims of Saturday night’s terror attacks asking that the “wounds of war and terrorism” be healed after sevemn people were killed and dozens injured after a van was driven at pedestrians on London Bridge before three men attacked revellers in Borough Market with knives...


The Vatican has used its annual message to Muslims at the end of Ramadan - the annual month of fasting - to reiterate its commitment to combating climate change just a day after Donald Trump, the US president, withdrew the United States from the Paris Agreement..


The decision by the US President to leave the Paris climate agreement made on Thursday evening "is deeply troubling" and will "harm the people of the United States and the world", the US Catholic bishops have said in a strongly worded statement...


The United States has an obligation to honour the Paris climate agreement to protect "our people and our planet" and "mitigate the worst impacts of climate change," the chairman of the US bishops' Committee on International Justice and Peace has said...


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