Pope Francis called on the people of the United States to welcome migrants and urged those who are welcomed to respect the laws of the country...


“The most iconic figure in the world by the most important artist of all time” was on view to the public at Christie’s auction house in London this week (24-26 October), and will be sold in New York on 15 November...

On 26 October the pontiff linked up live from the Vatican with the six-man crew as they orbited 250 miles above Earth...

The Archbishop of Canterbury will meet and have lunch with Pope Francis today, in what will be the pair’s fourth meeting together in in the Vatican. The meeting with the Pope comes after Archbishop Justin Welby travelled to Rome to formally commission his new Personal Representative to the Holy See and Director of the Anglican Centre, Archbishop Bernard Ntahoturi, which took place during evensong last night. 

A new book, 'The Keys and the Kingdom' by former Tablet editor Catherine Pepinster explores Britain’s dealings with the Papacy from John Paul II to Francis and provides in-depth details about this complex relationship, including some surprising areas of collaboration..

New strategy for Clifton diocese emphasises a “more outward focus” in ministry.


Cardinal Vincent Nichols will be among the guests at a service at Westminster Abbey on Tuesday to commemorate the start of the Reformation 500 years ago.

A number of Catholic charities have told The Tablet they are deeply concerned about the impact on the most vulnerable of welfare reforms.

No one should be forced to act against their conscience on abortion, Britain’s Catholic bishops said in a joint statement to mark the 50th anniversary of the 1967 Abortion Act.

Karen Anstiss, manager of Caritas Bakhita House since it opened in June 2015, wins an award for best practice in the support of survivors of slaver.

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