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Western Governments are complicit in the horrors being carried out by Islamic State (IS) terrorists, a Syrian priest based in London has claimed.
Police chiefs, victims’ organisations, politicians and church leaders from 27 countries were meeting in London this weekend for a landmark conference aimed at stopping human trafficking.
A new study on Irish priests' views of celibacy and obedience has revealed a split in the attitudes of younger and older priests.
Vatican wealthier than predicted after millions discovered ‘tucked away’ at Holy See’s bank
BRITISH CHILDREN do not know what Christmas is about, radio producer and former Sunday programme presenter Roger Bolton has claimed.
The Bishop of Aleppo, Antoine Audo, said he believed that “one goal of the Syrian war is to drive all the Christians away”.
Caritas Social Action Network, the Church’s social action body, has accused the Chancellor, George Osborne, of failing to support working families in his Autumn Statement on Wednesday.
Foreign Office Minister Baroness Anelay of St Johns was in the Vatican on Wednesday to mark the centenary of the re-establishment of diplomatic relations between the United Kingdom and the Holy See.
The Pope has given the commander of the Swiss Guards his marching orders.
The Archbishop of Dublin has offered to shelter some 40 homeless people in church buildings over the Christmas period, after a man died in a doorway metres away from the city’s Parliament buildings.