Jo-Anne Rowney

Pope Francis’s comments show that ‘he’s got a spirit that’s open to God’

The archbishop was asked by a child who would win if Pope Francis went head to head with him

Caitlin Dooley’s parents thought there was no hope – but now they say her astounding recovery coincided with the relic being brought to hospital

The cardinal said that many migrants see the Church as the only institution which thinks of them

In Kraków, pilgrims are discovering the hope and mercy that is sorely needed in these dark times

Amid all the excitement at the start of World Youth Day, there have been opportunities for profound reflection

Pilot scheme will feed 1,000 children at school on outskirts of Beirut

The shrine in Ramsgate has been chosen as one of the select sites for a Holy Door

As Ireland marks the 100th anniversary of the Easter Rising, the country’s bishops have said there needs to be a renewed commitment to peace

Fr Dhiya Aziz, who was reportedly captured by Islamists prior to Christmas, has now been released