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18 October 2017 | by Christopher Lamb
To his critics, Pope Francis is a dangerous radical trying to break with centuries of church doctrine, while to others he is not moving fast enough in ditching some of the old rules.

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11 October 2017 | by Christopher Lamb
He is the “Asian Francis”. Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle has developed a powerful voice in global Catholicism

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04 October 2017 | by Christopher Lamb
The chairs inside Bologna’s vast San Petronio Basilica normally used for Mass had been cleared away and replaced with dozens of tables laid out in preparation for hundreds of lunch guests.

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27 September 2017 | by Christopher Lamb
It’s been the major topic of conversation in Rome ever since news filtered out last weekend. The “filial correction” of Pope Francis by a group of priests and academics has caused ructions inside the Vatican.

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14 September 2017 | by Christopher Lamb
While Saturday has always been part of the working week in the Vatican, under Pope Francis it’s become the day to make big announcements.

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07 September 2017 | by Christopher Lamb
I had lunch with Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O’Connor during what would be his last visit to the English College in Rome.

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30 August 2017 | by Christopher Lamb
On Wednesday the Pope flies to Colombia, fulfilling a promise he made to the country that he would visit provided a peace deal was agreed to end the long-running conflict between the Government and Farc militias.

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