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Pope Francis said the Church has ‘been working on this for a long time’ but more needs to be done

The European Court of Human Rights ruled that Bishop Richard Williamson knew he was breaking German law by denying the scale of the Holocaust

The Pope said he hoped to confirm that ‘we are brothers even though we are different’

The bill will not advance further, however, after failing to gain majority support during subcommittee hearings

The law removes the potential to charge men who attack pregnant women with the crime of killing unborn children, Charles Camosy said

Sacred Heart of Jesus parish in Sandino is the first new church in over 60 years

Good Church music has three qualities of ‘sanctity, beauty and universality’, the archbishop said

Robert Troy had revealed he voted to repeal the Eighth Amendment, despite previously describing himself as pro-life

A priest rowed back on claims the body of Carlo Acutis had been found incorrupt

At least 700 opposition supporters were trapped in the cathedral in Maturin