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28 November 2013 12:41 by Christopher Lamb

The Christian owners of a bed and breakfast guest house, forced to pay damages for refusing a room to a gay couple, have lost their appeal in the Supreme Court.

28 November 2013 12:27 by Christopher Lamb

A leading Catholic composer has announced he will no longer write congregational music for the Church.

28 November 2013 12:23 by Sabrina Sweeney

Dioceses in Britain have issued amended versions of the Vatican’s consultation seeking to find Catholics’ views on issues such as the divorced and remarried, contraception and same-sex unions.

27 November 2013 12:39 by Jon Stibbs

The Justice Ministry of the Dominican Republic has concluded that its former apostolic nuncio sexually abused at least five boys under the age of 15.

27 November 2013 12:21 by Ellen Teague

Syrian church leader Gregory III Laham, the Melkite Greek Catholic patriarch of Antioch, has expressed grave concern over the founding of a new Islamic Front in Syria.

27 November 2013 12:06 by Michael Sean Winters

The Catholic dioceses of Pittsburgh and Erie in Pennsylvania have secured a preliminary injunction against the controversial contraception mandate, part of President Obama’s health care overhaul, that is set to take effect on 1 January.

27 November 2013 12:05 by Josef Pazderka

Ukrainian Catholics have protested against the Government’s refusal to sign the planned association agreement between Ukraine and the EU and called for a renewal of talks with Brussels.

27 November 2013 11:56 by Christa Pongratz-Lippitt

More German bishops have insisted that the debate on how to allow remarried divorcees to receive the sacraments must continue, despite instructions from the Vatican’s Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (CDF) that it must not.

26 November 2013 10:34 by Abigail Frymann Rouch

Pope Francis unveiled his blueprint for a decentralised and more pastoral Church that is focused on the needs of those within and outside it rather than preoccupied with its own prestige.

25 November 2013 16:41 by Sabrina Sweeney

More than half of allegations reported to the Catholic Church in Scotland over a six-year period were of a sexual nature, according to a report prepared for the Scottish Catholic Safeguarding Service.