‘Life imprisonment is not the solution to problems, but a problem to be solved,’ the Pope said

The icon will be sent to each of Syria’s 34 dioceses

‘We are delighted that HRH The Prince of Wales will lead the UK delegation for the canonisation of Cardinal Newman,’ Cardinal Nichols said

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‘God, when He forgives, loses His memory,’ the Pope said

The Trump administration is reportedly considering further cuts to US refugee admissions

A Washington Post investigation found the bishop took at least 19 trips in a chartered luxury jet

‘Never break away from your roots to be modern, that’s suicide,’ the Pope told Discalced Augustinians

Cardinal Marx is to travel to Rome next week to ‘dispel any misunderstandings’

‘This gesture is intended to be a confirmation of the journey that our Churches have made in drawing closer to one another,’ the Pope said

Catholics make up less than 0.5 per cent of the population of both countries

Archbishop Porteous said that priests cannot violate the seal of confession under any circumstances

Candace Vogler’s story is both heart-wrenching and powerful

Littlemore was poor and had few practicing Christians, but it received as its pastor one of the great Christian intellects

‘The Dream of the Rood’ is the product of a society that understood the transformative power of the Cross

They want to change teaching not to free people from sin, but to say that sin is no longer sin

US Church authorities seem hesitant to test the new Vatican law

The Church in Germany today is going far beyond where modernizers once dared to tread

The controversial lay group has a history of open dissent from Church teaching

In an age of increased hostility, should Christians simply defend ‘viewpoint neutrality’, or must they do more?

The Pope’s comment on American attacks got the press corps talking. It wouldn’t be the first time this has happened, either

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