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Britain is becoming a divided country where people no longer trust those governing them, a British bishop with a long track record of working to further the Church’s social and charitable efforts has said...


Pope Francis has appointed a new Vatican Apostolic Nuncio to Libya...


A Lithuanian archbishop who was murdered with a lethal injection after 16 years in prisons and labor camps is to become the first Catholic martyr from the country's communist era to be declared blessed...


Pope Francis has delivered an ultimatum to the priests belonging to the Nigerian Diocese of Ahiara, giving them 30 days to write a letter promising obedience to him and accepting the bishop appointed to their diocese in 2012. Priests who do not write the letter will be suspended...


The more women are involved in and contribute to communities, politics, economics and the church, the more positive changes will come about, Pope Francis said...


The new Apostolic Nuncio was received by the Queen today (8 June), marking the beginning of his tenure in Great Britain...


The Spanish government paid tribute to a Catholic man stabbed to death as he used his skateboard to try to defend a woman from a knife-wielding terrorist in London...


The 14th annual report on diocesan compliance with the US Catholic Church's "Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People" shows that church leaders have taken steps to help many find healing as victims of clergy sexual abuse, but there is still work to be done...


Theresa May will form a UK Government with Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party (DUP), after last night's election ended with a hung parliament...


The Scottish Episcopal Church (SEC) has voted to allow gay couples to marry in church making it in the first mainstream Christian church in the UK to allow same-sex marriages...

 



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