The Archbishop of Rouen led a procession through Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray before celebrating Mass at the church

As a Muslim-born Iranian, I first doubted God, then flirted with Nietzsche and Marxism. But the whisper of conscience kept suggesting that I go to Mass

Sixteenth-century England did have links with the Ottoman Empire. But let’s not overstate their importance

The boy reportedly ‘liked’ a picture of a holy Islamic site in Mecca on the social networking site

Jewish, Anglican and Catholic leaders celebrated the 25th anniversary of the patriarch’s enthronement

A new poll suggests up to a third of France’s Muslims reject the legitimacy of the country’s secular law

Francis will pray for peace with leaders of other religions in the Italian town on Tuesday

Bishops have a duty to challenge ‘devout Catholics’ whose actions contradict Church teaching

Cardinal Schönborn issued a clarification after suggesting many Muslims wanted an ‘Islamic conquest’ of Europe

A daily guide to what’s happening in the Catholic Church