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The people of South Sudan are on “life support”, Bishop Eduardo Hiiboro Kussala has said.

Fr Alfredo Cremonesi, a missionary killed in Burma in 1953, will be beatified tomorrow.

The Ford Foundation is a major funder of Amazon synod organisations, reports Edward Pentin.

John Allen explains why “Europe today has 42 per cent of all priests, but just 23 per cent of the world’s Catholic population”.

Andrew West and guests discuss an “attempted coup d’état” against Pope Francis (audio).

Samuel Gregg says a new book challenges the myth “that the Jesuit mission in French America was somehow divorced from the French colonial project”.

And actor Gal Gadot will play a Polish Catholic woman who saved children in the Warsaw Ghetto.

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