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Christopher Lamb



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  1. Spreading the word
  2. View from Rome
  3. A Protestant at the Vatican
  4. View from Rome
  5. Pope at 80: A shepherd clearly steering the flock
  6. View from Rome
  7. Syrian refugees living in the Vatican: ‘We had nothing. Now our life is beautiful’
  8. View from Rome
  9. Q&A with Hans Zollner SJ
  10. Enemy inside the gate: Christopher Lamb asks how Pope Francis is dealing with his enemies
  11. View from Rome
  12. Order of Malta: Errant knights tilt at the power of the Pope
  13. View from Rome
  14. View from Rome
  15. Papal fallibility: Is Pope Francis unable or unwilling to take decisive action against priests who abuse children?
  16. View from Rome
  17. View from Rome
  18. View from Rome
  19. Who rules in Rome: Unprecedented doctrinal division emerges in the Vatican
  20. View from Rome
  21. Pope Francis' vision of a merciful church leaves him open to accusations of being soft on priests who abuse children
  22. View from Rome
  23. 'You can have the best guidelines in the world but if you don't implement them they are not worth the paper they are written'
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  26. Thinking out of the box: Cardinal Gianfranco Ravasi says the church should offer discussion not ready-made answers
  27. View from Rome
  28. True colours
  29. View from Rome
  30. View from Rome
  31. View from Rome
  32. View from Rome
  33. Pilgrim for peace:Francis' visit to Egypt was an audacious attempt to reach out in friendship to the Muslim world
  34. View from Rome
  35. View from Rome
  36. Pope says he will be 'sincere' with Trump ahead of historic meeting
  37. View from Rome
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  42. Expect the unexpected: Francis' five new cardinal appointments reveal his vision for the future
  43. View from Rome
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  45. Summer lightning strikes in Rome: the storm surrounding the departure of two senior prelates casts doubts over Francis’ agenda for Vatican reform
  46. View from Rome
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  49. VIEW FROM ROME
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  53. The bruised peacemaker: The Pope in Colombia
  54. View from Rome
  55. Francis on the front foot: the Pope roots his papacy more deeply in the reforms of Vatican II
  56. View from Rome
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  65. View from Yangon
  66. Keeping the door open: The Tablet's Rome correspondent travelled with the Pope on a sensitive visit to south-east Asia
  67. View from Rome
  68. View from Rome
  69. View from Rome
  70. The art of Christmas 5
  71. View from Rome
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  73. View from Rome
  74. View from Rome
  75. Rome’s Chinese puzzle
  76. View from Rome
  77. View from Rome
  78. Soul of discretion
  79. View from Rome
  80. View from Rome: St Benedict, Paul VI and Humanae Vitae
  81. View from Rome
  82. Reviving the spirit of reform: the Francis Papacy five years on
  83. View from Rome
  84. View from Rome: Oscar Romero and the path to holiness
  85. Cardinal Keith O'Brien – the flawed, outspoken Catholic leader who died on Monday
  86. View from Rome: Pope Francis, young people and the art of listening
  87. View from Rome
  88. View from Rome
  89. A fresh and intimate experience of the Sistine Chapel’s art
  90. The ambitious vision of a key Pope Francis ally in the Curia
  91. View from Rome
  92. The unfinished tale of the Knights of Malta
  93. View from Rome
  94. View from Rome
  95. Cardinal George Pell faces trial and the curial department he was appointed to overhaul is leaderless
  96. View from Rome
  97. View from Rome
  98. View from Rome
  99. Change of direction: Pope Francis looks to cement his radical vision for the Church
  100. View from Rome
  101. Obituary: Cardinal Dario Castrillón Hoyos
  102. View from Rome
  103. View from Rome
  104. Disputed prophecy
  105. View from Rome
  106. Power behind the throne: new cardinal Angelo Becciu
  107. View from Rome
  108. View from Rome
  109. View from Rome
  110. Cardinal Jean-Louis Tauran, who announced Francis' election as Pope in 2013, dies at 75
  111. View from Rome
  112. View from Rome
  113. View from Rome
  114. View from Rome
  115. Under siege in a changed land
  116. View from Rome
  117. Culture wars
  118. View from Rome
  119. View from Rome
  120. View from Rome
  121. View from Rome
  122. View from Rome
  123. View from Rome
  124. On the road to Emmaus
  125. View from Rome
  126. The Church goes back to its roots
  127. View from Rome
  128. View from Rome
  129. View from Rome
  130. What are the options for Pope Francis in the Order of Malta saga?
  131. Knights of Malta saga reveals the deep hostility in some quarters about Francis’ leadership
  132. The latest synod document further reveals Pope’s aim to create a listening Church
  133. Full Q&A with Republican Congressman Francis Rooney, former Ambassador to the Holy See, ahead of Trump's visit
  134. Muller's swift dismissal from the CDF: a case of bad manners?
  135. Don't write off Callista Gingrich's Vatican mission
  136. Pope's nuclear speech reveals development of Church teaching
  137. Read Christopher Lamb's View from Yangon
  138. Pope Francis in Chile and Peru: Facebook Live with Christopher Lamb
  139. Young Catholics at Youth Synod: 'We are up for the challenge.'
  140. Pope gives priests permanent permission to forgive grave sin of abortion
  141. Membership changes at the Congregation for Divine Worship and Discipline of the Sacraments
  142. Female deacons commission meets for first time in Rome
  143. Details of Pope's private discussion with Jesuits published
  144. Irish prime minister confirms Pope Francis will visit Ireland in 2018 for World Meeting of Families in Dublin
  145. 'Red hats' who challenged Pope could be stripped of rank of cardinal
  146. Sex abuse trial of senior prelate begins at Vatican
  147. The role of women in the Vatican has been formally recognised after Pope approves new association
  148. New guidelines for trainee priests anger LGBT Catholics
  149. Open warfare for Knights of Malta as Grand Master threatens disciplinary action against dissenting voices
  150. 'Vatileaks priest' freed from prison by Pope in act of clemency
  151. Pope lambasts clergy motivated by devil in annual Christmas address to the Curia
  152. Pope Francis to open formal inquiry into Knights of Malta
  153. The “dubia” facing Cardinal Burke over Order of Malta saga
  154. Exclusive: Cardinal Burke and Grand Master Festing defied wishes of Pope by sacking Grand Chancellor
  155. Easy access to small-scale weapons is 'homicidal madness', Francis tells ambassadors to the Vatican
  156. Vatican insists it does have the authority to investigate Order of Malta
  157. The likely candidates for the job of Trump's ambassador to the Holy See
  158. Order of Malta chief withdraws cooperation after accusing Vatican's inquiry of links with fund in Geneva
  159. Vatican dismisses Order of Malta's attempts to bypass official inquiry into 'crisis'
  160. Grand Master of Knights of Malta caves in to Vatican pressure and resigns
  161. Cardinal Burke 'in office but out of power' as job handed to papal delegate 
  162. Top Vatican archbishop named as Pope’s man to reform Order of Malta
  163. New book by Chaouqui shows Vatileaks II is at heart a struggle for power and not just intrigue
  164. Fake front page of Vatican newspaper takes aim at Pope Francis 
  165. Council of cardinals gives Pope Francis vote of confidence
  166. Knights of Malta preparing for shake-up as lack of suitable nobility puts leadership in doubt
  167. Francis helps SSPX find a possible HQ in Rome
  168. Holy See cuts deficit in half as it 'journeys' toward better money management 
  169. FOUR YEARS ON: Pope's compassionate 'disruption' of the Church shows no signs of slowing down
  170. History made in Rome as Anglican liturgy is celebrated at heart of a Catholic Church
  171. Marie Collins dismisses Cardinal Muller's claim he didn't resist work of child protection commission
  172. British soldier turned priest who risked life to keep Catholic church alive in Algeria to become a bishop
  173. Former primate of Burundi announced by Lambeth Palace as new leader of Anglican Centre in Rome
  174. Vatican confirms two-day visit to Egypt for Pope Francis in April
  175. Meetings, money and dress code: how Francis is trying to change curia, by one of his most influential advisors
  176. EXCLUSIVE: Pope's mooted October visit to South Sudan could bring peace if war-makers listen, says bishop
  177. In face of extremism, dialogue with Muslims prevents religiously inspired violence, says Nigerian Cardinal
  178. Pope Francis urges EU leaders to rise to challenges of modern world to avoid slip into 'old age'
  179. Four British imams granted papal audience in bid to build interfaith relations
  180. Cardinal Sarah attacks 'devastation and schism' of modern liturgy and praises text Pope wants to review
  181. Francis grants SSPX right to celebrate marriage in sign of reconciliation
  182. Senior British imam urges Pope to speak out about plight of persecuted Christians on Egypt visit
  183. Pope Francis to wash feet of inmates at a prison outside Rome known for holding ex-Mafia who turned state's witness
  184. Francis appoints American archbishop as Vatican nuncio to Great Britain
  185. Egypt attacks will not prevent Pope's 'mission for peace', Vatican confirms
  186. Pope washes feet of ex-gang members in mafia prison during Holy Thursday liturgy
  187. The way of the cross: Francis prays for a Church that will be a 'voice in the wilderness for humanity'
  188. Easter Homily: Put your faith in God instead of corrupt and bureaucratic world
  189. Pope Francis extols Easter crowd to be instruments of Christ's outreach to refugees, and then it rains
  190. Trump/Francis meeting more likely as White House 'reaches out' to the Vatican
  191. Pope Francis may struggle to walk in the footsteps of his namesake in modern-day Egypt
  192. Festing reported at large in Rome ahead of Knights of Malta vote for his replacement
  193. Francis challenges Muslim leaders to join rest of world's faiths in condemning religious violence
  194. 'Forgive those who have wronged us', Pope tells Coptic Christians at stadium Mass
  195. War between US and North Korea could destroy 'much of humanity', Pope Francis warns
  196. Francis appeals for rejection of violence
  197. Popes recognise each Church’s baptism
  198. Diplomatic coup for Pope Francis as Holy See announces it will establish an embassy in Myanmar
  199. Pope Francis will meet President Trump, the Holy See confirms
  200. Vatican hosts conference on origins of universe dispelling perceived faith science conflict
  201. Anglican orders not 'invalid' says Cardinal, opening way for revision of current Catholic position
  202. FATIMA@100: Pope Francis lauds the Virgin Mary as a revolutionary not an unapproachable 'plaster statue'
  203. FATIMA@100: Top Vatican prelate challenges Fatima conspiracies 
  204. FATIMA@100: Pope says poor and sick are Church assets as he canonises shepherd children in Fatima
  205. Pope Francis names Nigerian Vatican diplomat papal ambassador to Dublin
  206. Vatican money laundering incidents half following financial watchdog clamp down, but prosecutor slow to act
  207. Sick and disabled people are the ‘precious treasure of the Church’
  208. Francis and Trump can put aside their differences and work together, former US ambassador tells The Tablet
  209. Pope Francis continues process of strengthening his legacy with five new cardinal picks from the 'peripheries' 
  210. Papal audience for Irish President ahead of next year's World Meeting of Families
  211. 'I won’t forget what you said' President Trump tells Pope Francis at end of historic meeting in the Vatican
  212. Pope refuses to be pressured as Trudeau pushes for an apology over Church's role in residential schools
  213. Fire breaks out in Rome's Venerable English College
  214. Francis names former collaborator as new secretary of Family Life department
  215. Heal the 'wounds of war and terrorism', Pope Francis prays for victims of London Bridge terror attack
  216. Pope meets senior Venezuelan bishops to discuss country engulfed in crisis
  217. Exclusive: 'Dangerous situation' in the UK where people no longer trust those governing them, says British Bishop
  218. Francis exerts papal authority requesting Cardinals inform him of their whereabouts, reveals leaked letter
  219. Vatican bank reports more than 100 per cent increase in profits thanks to 'prudent' management, reveal financial statements
  220. French priest with expertise in human rights appointed secretary of new Vatican social justice department
  221. Key figure in Vatican's finance reform resigns without explanation
  222. Leaked 'dubia' cardinal letter designed to put pressure on Pope Francis
  223. Pope marks anniversary with clear message: I’m not going anywhere
  224. Mali Cardinal-designate arrives in Rome for consistory despite reports he would pull out of the ceremony due to illness
  225. Pastors from peripheries to receive red hats in Rome
  226. Avoid becoming 'Princes' of the church and serve suffering humanity, Pope urges new cardinals
  227. Cardinal Pell charged on 'multiple accounts' of historical sex abuse
  228. Vatican Financial Chief, Pell, takes leave of absence to fight sex abuse charges
  229. Pell's absence threatens Vatican financial reform plan
  230. Pope dismisses his doctrinal chief, Cardinal Müller, after uneasy relationship
  231. New CDF prefect faces accusations over handling of 2012 abuse case
  232. Turmoil at the top as two cardinals lose Vatican posts
  233. More than just a spokesman: Joaquin Navarro-Valls dies aged 80
  234. Pope approves new path to sainthood: 'the heroic offering of life'
  235. Cardinal Sarah wants 'liturgical reconciliation' between old and new forms of Mass
  236. Cardinal Bertone risks becoming embroiled in trial claiming embezzled hospital funds used to refurbish his home
  237. St Mary’s University appoints Baroness Vadera, Chairman of Santander Bank and former adviser to Gordon Brown, as new pro-chancellor
  238. Murdered priest's death marked with Mass and special monument
  239. Vatican turns off historic fountains as Rome drought continues
  240. Christopher Jamison appointed Abbot President of English Benedictines
  241. English Benedictines elect Jamison as Abbot President
  242. Co-author of 'ecumenism of hate' article defends intervention as opening important debate
  243. Pope issues action plan to help migrants assimilate into new cultures and criticises moves to expel refugees fleeing persecution
  244. 'Trusting and constructive dialogue' between Russia and the Vatican, says President Putin
  245. Post-Vatican II liturgical reforms 'irreversible', says Pope
  246. Vatican confirms first ever papal visit to Myanmar in November
  247. Pope sends message of support to victims of US floods
  248. Pope and Bartholomew issue joint appeal on Environment
  249. Cardinal Sarah critiques Fr James Martin's L.G.B.T. book
  250. Rector of English College pays tribute to Cardinal Murphy-Connor
  251. Pope to visit Colombia to encourage peace process as country remains divided by violence
  252. Pope Francis sought psychoanalysis during Argentina’s Dirty War
  253. Rabbis present ‘milestone’ document on Christian-Jewish relations
  254. 'Dubia' cardinal, Carlo Caffarra, dies aged 79
  255. Q & A: Cardinal Nichols offers programme for hope
  256. Pope tells Colombia's political leaders there has been too much 'hatred and vengeance'
  257. Pope releases new liturgical law paving way for revision of English missal
  258. "Open your heart" Pope pleads with Colombia to forgive past hurts during powerful reconciliation service
  259. Pope is 'fine' after small accident in Colombia Vatican confirms
  260. Climate change deniers 'stupid'
  261. Vatican announces criminal investigation into Holy See diplomat accused of accessing child pornography
  262. Mass should transport people away from the 'cacophony of consumerism', says Cardinal Sarah
  263. Australian becomes first lay Catholic to get slot on biggest Christian channel
  264. Making 'Pope of Peace' patron saint of Italian military 'terribly inappropriate', says Pax Christi head
  265. Pope re-founds John Paul II institute on marriage and family with new focus on contemporary realities
  266. Müller criticises Francis papacy for lacking theological rigour, and hints at comeback
  267. Pope promises never to pardon priests convicted of abuse and admits church too slow in facing up to the problem
  268. Traditionalist group issues 'filial correction' to Pope, accusing him of spreading heresy
  269. Former auditor-general quit after Vatican threatened to arrest him for spying
  270. Welcome migrants and refugees, Cardinal Tagle implores world governments at start of new campaign
  271. Church summit to tackle online abuse of children
  272. Francis appoints fierce critic to top legal body
  273. Child-abuse summit opens as diplomat is accused
  274. New director of Anglican Centre in Rome says we must act ‘as if we are already one’
  275. Australian church facing biggest crisis in its history, says Brisbane Archbishop
  276. Vatican bank launches legal action in Malta over loss of millions of euros
  277. Change Catholic teaching to make death penalty 'inadmissible', says Pope
  278. Francis defends covenant between sexes
  279. Cardinal Sarah insists his Congregation has final authority over liturgical translations
  280. Pro Francis theologians start petition in support of Pope following 'filial correction'
  281. Lebanon’s choice as new Holy See Ambassador not given Vatican approval
  282. From mutual suspicion to “brothers and sisters”: how the relationship between Catholics and Methodists has dramatically shifted
  283. 'No longer prisoners of the past,' a new book explores Britain’s complex relationship with the papacy
  284. Archbishop of Canterbury to lunch with Pope Francis today
  285. Will Pope Francis and the Archbishop of Canterbury ever make it to South Sudan?
  286. Vatican’s point man on digital promoted to top job at Culture department
  287. Ex-CDF chief backs Pope on divorced and remarried Catholics
  288. Vatican denies 'utterly false' reports of Ecumenical Mass
  289. 'Put down your phones', Pope tells faithful
  290. Pope orders ban on sale of cigarettes in the Vatican
  291. Nun killed in Somalia following Benedict XVI Islam speech declared martyr
  292. Pope must avoid mentioning 'Rohingya' on visit to Buddhist-majority Myanmar
  293. Refugees and homeless guests of honour as Pope marks first 'World Day of the Poor'
  294. Pope sets up new department for Vatican diplomats
  295. China and Vatican host joint art exhibition to repair diplomatic ties
  296. Pope to meet Myanmar's top military leader on advice of Cardinal Bo
  297. Our world needs a new Cardinal Manning, says TUC leader
  298. Pope Francis becomes first Pope to set foot in Myanmar
  299. Pope Francis avoids mention of Rohingya crisis
  300. Pope Francis urges Myanmar's Catholics to embrace forgiveness
  301. Pope calls for closer co-operation in meeting with Myanmar's Buddhist elders
  302. Pope Francis cannot be expected to solve the Rohingya crisis, says Vatican
  303. 'Make a ruckus', Pope urges Myanmar youth
  304. Pope calls for international community to take 'decisive measures' in solving Rohingya crisis
  305. Pope to meet Rohingya Muslims in Bangladesh
  306. Pope uses word “Rohingya” as he asks them to forgive the world’s indifference
  307. Francis delivered clear 'message' to Myanmar military
  308. Pope expresses 'deep concern' at Trump’s plan to recognise Jerusalem as the capital of Israel
  309. Pope marks 90th birthday of 'ecclesially disciplined' Cardinal Sodano
  310. Francis stands his ground in testing interfaith meetings
  311. Pope names new Archbishops of Paris and Mexico City
  312. Better translation of phrase of Lord's Prayer needed, says Pope
  313. Vatican must start prosecuting money laundering cases, says financial watchdog
  314. Vatican renews call for peace and a negotiated solution on Jerusalem
  315. Peter Saunders resigns from Pope's child protection commission
  316. Vatican says Trump is adding 'fuel to the fire' in Middle East
  317. Cardinal Law, a towering figure of US Church forced to resign due to clerical sexual abuse, has died
  318. Reforming Vatican like 'cleaning the Egyptian sphinx with a toothbrush', says Pope
  319. Tensions ahead of papal visit to Chile
  320. Pope's Latin America visit to focus on protecting the planet and indigenous while abuse scandal lurks in background
  321. Francis starts Latin America trip with abuse apology
  322. Papal award for pro-abortion politician 'down to protocol'
  323. The Pope marries a couple on his plane – what does it mean?
  324. Zen appeals to Pope Francis on behalf of loyal Chinese bishops
  325. Pope blocks recruitment as Knights of Malta tussle for control of order
  326. Holy See and Beijing ‘on verge of deal' on bishops
  327. Pope Francis received Chilean sex abuse letter
  328. Francis urges Turkish President to pursue peace
  329. Beijing praises ‘wisdom’ of Pope Francis
  330. Benedict XVI says he is on 'pilgrimage Home'
  331. Marie Collins 'mystified' by Pope Francis response to Chilean abuse letter
  332. Benedict XVI pledged 'total obedience' to his successor on Francis' election
  333. Knights of Malta to reform governance structure
  334. Fast-paced life fuels isolation and distrust, warns pope
  335. Renounce power when you retire, Pope orders prelates
  336. Receiving communion on the hand is part of 'diabolical attack' on the Church, says Sarah
  337. Number of exorcisms in Italy triples
  338. Shirtless Pope Emeritus sculpture on show in Rome
  339. Francis acts to speed up priest sex abuse cases
  340. Muslim leaders and Vatican put faith in dialogue
  341. Pope gives go ahead for Romero to be declared a saint
  342. Mary McAleese: Church is 'one of the last great bastions of misogyny'
  343. Francis to visit WCC in Geneva
  344. Benedict affirms continuity with Pope Francis
  345. Benedict's letter and the Vatican's spectacular 'own goal'
  346. Guam archbishop to be removed from office
  347. Emulate piety of Padre Pio, says Pope
  348. Cardinal Keith O'Brien dies aged 80
  349. 'Dictator Pope' author suspended by Order of Malta
  350. 'Dictator Pope' author facing 'disciplinary sanctions' following suspension
  351. Pope meeting renews hope of South Sudan visit
  352. How the Pope’s non-denial of Hell shifts perceptions of what the Church really believes about the afterlife
  353. Francis asks faithful to wish Pope Emeritus a Happy Easter
  354. Philadelphia archdiocese to host Cardinal Burke for lecture on matrimony
  355. Bishops of England and Wales comment on Alfie Evans case
  356. Pope in personal apology to Chilean abuse survivors
  357. 'Culture of the temporary' makes life-long commitment harder, says Pope as English College, Rome, marks anniversary
  358. Pope appoints 3 women to CDF
  359. Sistine Chapel hosts first ever live-streamed concert
  360. Knights of Malta elect Fra’ Giacomo Dalla Torre as Grand Master
  361. Aim for unanimity, Pope tells German bishops
  362. Voices of laity 'indispensable' part of Church governance
  363. Venezuela’s neighbours join forces to help refugees
  364. Chilean bishop admits 'we have made mistakes' in handling abuse cases
  365. When Paul VI accused Lefebvre of acting like 'anti-Pope'
  366. Chile’s bishops discuss abuse crisis with Pope
  367. Taiwan bishops meet Pope as China deal stutters
  368. Ireland goes to the polls on abortion: what does this mean for the North?
  369. Pope Francis: 'Never again' will Church ignore sex abuse victims
  370. Francis appoints interim leader to Adelaide after Archbishop Philip Wilson found guilty of abuse cover up
  371. Oil industry leaders to attend Vatican climate change summit
  372. Pan-Amazon Synod: Church looking at role of women
  373. Pope accepts resignation of Bishop Juan Barros
  374. Poland bishops call for compassion, healing and encouragement for divorced and remarried Catholics
  375. C9 progress report shows 'guiding principle' of Francis' reforms is mission focussed church
  376. Pope warns against 'dictators' that destroy free press
  377. Francis to become first Pope to make visit expressly dedicated to World Council of Churches
  378. Doctrinal chief Ladaria plays down possibility of female deacons
  379. New Arcic text charts a way forward
  380. Lay Italian journalist to head up comms dicastery
  381. Vatican's foreign minister meets president of South Korea
  382. Arcic report charts a new way forward
  383. Pope prays with patriarchs in Bari for Middle East Christians
  384. Cardinal Jean-Louis Tauran dies aged 75
  385. Melbourne's new archbishop says promoting the Church as an 'institution' allowed 'great evils' to happen
  386. Australian PM urges Pope to sack Archbishop Wilson
  387. Paul VI ‘agonised over Humanae Vitae’
  388. Honduran bishop, 57, in unexplained resignation
  389. Pope Francis in new plea for migrant safety
  390. Humanae Vitae at 50: Help people to live out the teaching of Pope Paul VI, says Commission head
  391. Church must adopt new policies 'swiftly and decisively' for bishops and cardinals accused of sex abuse
  392. Pope urges swift action to prevent migrant deaths
  393. Bishop stands down after allegations of misconduct
  394. Catholic magazine compares Salvini to the devil
  395. Pope accepts resignation of Adelaide Archbishop Philip Wilson
  396. A new era for relations with the Netherlands, the outgoing Dutch ambassador to the Holy See talks to Christopher Lamb
  397. Development becomes a definitive as Pope changes catechism on death penalty
  398. Pope says his family life document must be read as part of constantly 'maturing' Church doctrine
  399. 'I bear this shame in a direct way' says Cardinal Nichols on Church failures to protect children
  400. An Taoiseach hopes Pope's visit will mark new chapter
  401. Pope acknowledges 'failure' of Church leadership over sex abuse
  402. Pope Francis meets survivors of abuse
  403. Pope Francis pleads for forgiveness for clerical sex abuse
  404. Pope Francis dismisses Vigano allegations
  405. Vatican disputes Vigano's account of meeting with Francis about Kim Davis
  406. Vatican prepares to respond to Viganò
  407. Francis will meet with US bishops over clergy abuse scandal
  408. Pope calls for church leaders to attend abuse summit
  409. Vatican investigates alleged 'financial irregularities' in Sistine choir
  410. Pope orders investigation into US bishop
  411. Truth and reconciliation process would help Church battle sex abuse crisis, says child protection expert
  412. Francis gives laity greater role in synods
  413. Benedict XVI defends resignation in leaked letter
  414. Wuerl due to meet Francis in Rome
  415. Holy See signs deal with China over bishops
  416. Paedophile priest Karadima is dismissed from clerical state
  417. Claims against Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O'Connor 'lacked credibility'
  418. Chinese bishops to attend Vatican synod for first time
  419. US-group plans dossiers on cardinals to prevent repeat of conclave that elected Francis
  420. Learn from young to avoid 'moralistic or elitist postures', Pope tells synod
  421. Bishop accountability must be on agenda at child protection summit
  422. Francis accepts resignation of Cardinal Wuerl as Washington Archbishop
  423. Church sweetened with 'sentiment and nostalgia' will never attract youth
  424. Vatican intervenes in Madden case
  425. Cardinal says Viganò letter is a "destructive" manipulation of abuse crisis
  426. Viganò adjusts testimony in third letter
  427. Final synod doc: Church most focus on listening to, welcoming the young
  428. Cardinal says synod document on youth is 'action plan' for churches
  429. Pope Francis closes Synod with message of redemption
  430. Pope warns against 'wannabe' priests and says clergy must be fathers to their people
  431. Faith is neither a doctrinal system nor social activism, says Francis
  432. A Christian cannot be an anti-semite, Pope tells Jewish community
  433. Chinese Catholics ‘hopeful’ following Vatican deal with Beijing
  434. New book throws light on Viganò and McCarrick
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