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- German bishops criticise Apple and Facebook for offering for pay for female staff to have their eggs frozen
- Catholic couples in Edinburgh benefit from new marriage prep courses aimed at creating ‘happy and holy’ relationships
- Müller praises Poland as a model for the Catholic Church but urges families to have more children
- Caring about the poor doesn't make me a communist, insists Pope Francis
The former coalition minister Sarah Teather has said that she resigned because she could no longer support her party’s policies on immigration and welfare, and revealed that she came to the decision during a month-long Jesuit retreat.
Britain should withhold aid to countries that persecute Christians, a senior Conservative has said.
The federal environment ministry has suspended the implementation of a plan that would have led to the eviction of up to two million families from an area of dense rainforest following protests led by the powerful Church in southern Kerala state.
The Church of England is the glue that holds society together, the Archbishop of Canterbury said in his first New Year message in which he urged Christians to “change the world”.
A missing priest from has been found dead in his car in a supermarket car park.
The Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham today established its first autonomous monastery today in Birmingham.
The Catholic Labour MP Paul Goggins underwent emergency surgery yesterday after collapsing while out running with his son on Monday.
Russia's Orthodox Patriarch has condemned suicide bomb attacks in Volgograd, blaming them on foreigners "captive to dark forces".
The outgoing head of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) said yesterday that Muslim nations should broaden rights for religious minorities.
The Archbishop of Canterbury has backed Time magazine's decision to name Pope Francis as its Person of the Year.