Ruth Gledhill

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  1. NT Wright on why the West faces catastrophe if it fails to reconnect with its Christian roots
  2. Bishop of Leeds Marcus Stock celebrates Mass in Extraordinary Form
  3. Catholics unite with other Christians, Muslims and Jews for country's biggest day of faith-based action
  4. Why are so many people still losing their lives for religious belief?
  5. Controversial CDW liturgy guidance was 'unsolicited' by Bishops of England and Wales
  6. Valentine's Day falls on the same day as Ash Wednesday. What does this mean for Catholics?
  7. New church dedicated in Egypt to the 21 Christian martyrs
  8. When will the world start to care about South Sudan?
  9. Bishops: Why people must not be forced to act against their conscience on abortion
  10. Churches seek new ways to raise cash in a cashless society
  11. Violence, war, destruction: It is 'not easy' being a Catholic in South Sudan
  12. Christians in Israel: Patriarch pleads for help to protect the 'status quo'
  13. Damian Green tops The Tablet 100 list
  14. Call for ‘change of minds and hearts’ in defence of life
  15. Martin Luther: Obstinate, Intolerant, Abusive and Rude
  16. Protestors regret the 8.8 million lives lost in wake of Abortion Act
  17. Welby on the Reformation: 'We have learned to love one another'
  18. Coptic Church to set up new Diocese of London
  19. 'We need to repent,' say Philippines bishops on drugs war
  20. Jean Vanier on 3-month rest after heart attack
  21. Woman describes dramatic change of mind on abortion
  22. CAFOD gives 'warm welcome' to Penny Mordaunt
  23. Cardinal backs Jerusalem Patriarch in defending Christians in Holy Land
  24. Nuclear weapons serve a 'mentality of fear' says Pope
  25. Catholic school forced to remove 'mother' and 'father' from admissions form
  26. Lincoln wins #CathedralsWorldCup
  27. Archbishop Gallagher explains the Pope's 'Culture of Encounter'
  28. Catholic bishops challenge internet providers to protect children online
  29. Liturgy motu proprio 'cannot be applied retroactively'
  30. Cardinal congratulates Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on engagement
  31. Meghan Markle to be baptised and confirmed before wedding at Windsor
  32. Bishops ‘have not taken account of general malaise’
  33. Cardinal hopes that 'painful' Amoris Laetitia dispute is over
  34. Cardinal Nichols 'at odds' with Donald Trump over Jerusalem
  35. Prince of Wales describes 'profound shock' at sufferings of Christians in Syria
  36. New questions around liturgy raised by leaked letter to bishops worldwide
  37. Archbishop of Canterbury joins Pope in condemning 'fake news'
  38. Funeral Mass for Cardinal Law: even cardinals make mistakes
  39. Pope Francis: How to survive the Herods of today
  40. Pope Francis: We see Jesus in the suffering children
  41. Pope Francis criticises 'fake' Christmas without Christ
  42. Pope Francis condemns humanity's works of death, lies and injustices
  43. Archbishop of Canterbury uses New Year Message to focus on food poverty
  44. Latin radio show saved after more than 3000 listeners write in
  45. Do you want to go on a journey of spiritual adventure and discovery?
  46. Catholic bishops have 'right' to propose revisions to translations of Missal, say US bishops
  47. New Catholic convent to open in UK
  48. Pope in Chile and Peru: 'It won't be easy, but it will be exciting.'
  49. China control of Hong Kong Church is growing, says Bishop
  50. New marriage annulment rules help reduce time, says latest guide
  51. Council in west London takes another step towards banning anti-abortion protests
  52. Thousands turn out to pay respect to Dolores O'Riordan
  53. Political leaders are failing the young people of the Holy Land, say bishops
  54. Catholic bishop defends decision to invite Nicola Sturgeon to do Cardinal Winning lecture
  55. People with Down's could disappear from UK, warns CofE
  56. Ofsted head criticises CofE for resisting Sunday school inspections
  57. Pope Francis recommends 'soothing remedy of prayer' this Lent
  58. Church of England must rise to the challenge of change, says Welby
  59. Church of England and Methodists move towards unity
  60. Parish priest expresses 'shock' after Pope Francis makes him a bishop
  61. Cafod fires employee accused of sexual misconduct
  62. Oxfam aid workers threatened colleague over sex scandal investigation
  63. Pope Francis backs down in Nigerian bishop row
  64. Every day, this priest climbs a sheer cliff to get to church
  65. 'We will find you,' Penny Mordaunt warns aid predators
  66. Protect Christian sites in Israel, Archbishops pray
  67. British theologian criticises 'indifference' to migrants
  68. Most US Catholics still view Pope Francis favourably
  69. Cruxifix is 'not an accessory' says Pope
  70. One in ten young adults in UK is Catholic, says report
  71. Pope Francis hits out at those who 'twist' the truth
  72. Young homeless people routinely suffer abuse, report finds
  73. Good Friday: Prince of Wales supports persecuted Christians
  74. Set free kidnap victims, says Pope
  75. Cardinal Nichols focuses on mercy at Keith O'Brien funeral Mass
  76. Archbishop of Westminster backs global prayer movement
  77. Pope Francis 'deeply disturbed' after air strikes
  78. Windrush shows government needs 'conversion of the heart'
  79. Parents of Alfie Evans lose final appeal
  80. More Catholic institutions divest from fossil fuels
  81. Pope to new priests: 'Be merciful'
  82. High court judge to hold emergency hearing as Alfie Evans breathes unaided
  83. Pope to meet Chile abuse survivors this weekend
  84. Pope's 'sign of hope' for Christians in the Middle East
  85. Change lifestyle to avoid disease, says Pope
  86. Cardinal Pell trial decision imminent
  87. 'Heavenly Bodies' and the Catholic imagination at the Met Gala tonight
  88. Pope Francis praises Pope Emeritus Benedict as defender of family
  89. Pope Francis: Fight the devil with prayer, penance and the Madonna
  90. Damian Hinds says schools faith cap will stay
  91. Pope prays for 'peace' not 'hatred' after church bombings
  92. Catholics on the scent of a Royal wedding connection
  93. Bishops condemn deaths in Gaza
  94. Cardinal Nichols should give evidence at sex abuse inquiry, say lawyers
  95. Nuns must use social media 'with sobriety and discretion'
  96. Pope calls on nations to 'integrate' refugees
  97. Bishop at Royal wedding preaches on the 'power of love'
  98. Is it a sin to criticise the Pope? Not 'here', said Pope Francis
  99. News Briefing: Britain and Ireland
  100. Liberal democracy at risk, warns Patten
  101. Exit polls indicate landslide 'yes' for abortion reform in Ireland
  102. Report reveals 'terrifying' escalation of religious persecution
  103. Abortion is Nazi eugenics 'with white gloves' says Pope
  104. Relic of Pope St Clement restored to Westminster Cathedral
  105. US Cardinal accused of sex abuse
  106. Official song released for WYD – you won't get it out of your head!
  107. Pope Francis prays that out of discord will come peace
  108. Duterte promises to resign if anyone can prove God exists with a selfie
  109. Glasgow Catholics call for action after attack on priest
  110. Ampleforth headmaster suspended from Head's Conference over safeguarding concerns
  111. Ampleforth faces possible closure if it fails to improve standards
  112. Argentina's senate rejects abortion bill
  113. Damning catalogue of sex abuse at top Catholic schools
  114. Catholic schools celebrate new A level success
  115. 'Queen of Soul' Aretha Franklin dies aged 76
  116. Bishop Egan asks Pope for Extraordinary Synod
  117. News Briefing: from Britain and Ireland
  118. 'No such thing as a normal marriage' says Cardinal
  119. New investigations launched into clergy sex abuse in US
  120. Former Vatican ambassador calls on Pope to resign
  121. DiNardo pleads for audience with Pope over Viganò claims
  122. Bishops must be held accountable for abuse, says advisory board
  123. Archbishop of San Francisco says Viganò claims must be taken seriously
  124. 'Demonic and diabolical': Bishop Barron on the sex abuse crisis
  125. Pope Francis: What Jesus did when his enemies tried to hurl him off a cliff
  126. New Bishop of Meath: 'Our ministry must be joyful!'
  127. Expert in Catholic social teaching critiques IPPR report as 'faulty'
  128. Catholic safe house ‘a powerful support’ for trafficked women
  129. Martin asks for ‘realistic’ renewal agenda
  130. Archbishop of Westminster pleads for forgiveness for failings of fellow bishops
  131. BBC drama Broken 'all about the Eucharist', says McGovern
  132. Archbishop McMahon debates real presence at Adoremus
  133. Government rejects calls for 'buffer zones' outside abortion clinics
  134. Cardinal acknowledges 'the wolves in our midst'

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