- The night that changed France – and Europe
Catherine Pepinster, John Laurenson
The Vatican has described the atrocities of Friday 13 November as an assault on peace for all humanity. They have also caused a rethink about security, freedom and open borders
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Pope Francis told Sri Lankans seeking reconciliation after two-and-a-half decades of civil war that, before they can forgive each other, they must repent of their own sins.
A theologian and expert on Blessed John Henry Newman has been appointed a Visiting Professor at St Mary’s University, in Twickenham, south-west London.
Pope Francis this morning touched down in Sri Lanka at the start of a three-day visit aimed at encouraging reconciliation efforts in the wake of the country’s 26-year civil war.
In his annual message to the diplomatic corps at the Vatican this morning, Pope Francis delivered a message of almost unremitting darkness regarding the current state of the world.
The Pontifical Council for New Evangelisation has approved a new Urdu translation of the Catechism of the Catholic Church and authorised its publication by the Pakistan Episcopal Conference.
Renewal in the Irish Church will not be achieved “by throwing books of dogma” at people, Archbishop Diarmuid Martin has warned.
Fr Robert Kaggwa, a chaplain and lecturer and Roehampton University, died suddenly on Friday aged 55.
Recently declassified papers show that the late Donald Dewar consulted Buckingham Palace and 10 Downing Street about proposed reform, or even the scrapping, of the 1701 Act of Settlement.
The assisted dying bill, which will return to its committee stage in the House of Lords next week, is likely to founder, but anti-euthanasia campaigners warned the threat will not disappear, and that a similar bill is very likely to be presented during the next parliament.
Cardinal Raymond Burke has warned that the Church has alienated men by feminising the liturgy, ignoring their needs and allowing women altar servers.