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Kenyan Catholic bishops have reiterated their opposition to a controversial tetanus vaccine campaign, saying their independent tests have proved the doses are laced with a hormone “that causes infertility and multiple miscarriages”.
The first prior of the Community of St Anselm at Lambeth Palace, which will bring together young Christians of all denominations for about a year, was announced by the Archbishop of Canterbury this week.
The Redemptorists have reduced the asking price for their pastoral centre, Hawkstone Hall, by £750,000 to £4.25 million.
Bishops from across Europe gave thanks for the European Union at a commemoration of the First World War at the battlefield of Verdun in north-eastern France on Tuesday.
Cardinal Vincent Nichols and the Anglican bishop with oversight for Pakistan issues came together to pray for the couple and their unborn daughter who were burned to death by a mob near Lahore last week.
When James Dalglish read about the remarkable First World War memorial at the University of Roehampton in The Tablet, he was surprised to discover it commemorated not one but three of his great uncles.
Pope Francis has set up a new judicial body to deal specifically with the most serious cases of sexual abuse committed by clergy.
Pope Francis hailed St John Paul II on the anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall – but carefully avoided criticising communism.
A Polish priest has been charged with 10 counts of sex abuse in connection with the case of the laicised Polish former nuncio to the Dominican Republic, Jozef Wesolowski.
Pope Francis has appointed Archbishop Paul Gallagher as the Vatican's equivalent of a foreign minister.