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Pope Francis called on world leaders, activists and people of faith to pull together to rid the world of the threat of nuclear weapons.
Countless lives were saved in the Philippines this weekend by early warning systems funded by Catholics in England and Wales, the aid agency Cafod has said.
Cherie Blair has been appointed as a visiting Law professor at St Mary’s University, Twickenham.
Pope Francis has said that he has been blessed with a lack of awareness, which enables him to carry out his reforms untroubled by what others might think of him.
The response to those most badly affected by the tough economic times since 2008 has come predominantly from churchgoers, the Archbishop of Canterbury said on Monday at the launch of the report of the All-Party Parliamentary Inquiry into Hunger and Food Poverty.
The quest for perfection is piling too much pressure on teenage girls, according to the head teacher of a leading Catholic independent school.
Depaul UK, a homelessness charity founded to continue the work of St Vincent de Paul, has appointed its first Jewish chair of trustees.
Hong Kong’s outspoken Cardinal Joseph Zen Ze-kiun, 82, handed himself into police during an Occupy Central protest in the city on Wednesday in a bid to end the campaign that began more than two months ago.
Police in Sudan arrested 37 young Christians and demolished their church during a raid on Thursday.
A leading pro-life campaigner has said that the Scottish people should “welcome” the possibility that abortion law will be devolved to Holyrood.