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In every diocese in the world, faith-filled priests and lay people have given a heroic witness to Christ

When Newman’s friends called him a saint, he insisted he was a mere writer. But now Rome has accepted a second miracle

Increasing numbers of Catholics are embracing the belief that money can buy divine rewards

Last week, the Vatican dramatically blocked the US bishops’ proposals to tackle the crisis. What happens next?

The McCarrick scandal and mixed messages from Rome have sparked conflict in the American Church. Here are the colourful combatants

While Field Marshal Haig was worrying about Catholic ‘taint’, Benedict XV was assiduously seeking peace between warring nations