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June 25, 2010
June 25, 2010
Pope meets Grand Master of the Order of Malta
June 25, 2010
Christian tradition should not be rejected in the drive towards a multicultural Europe, Cardinal Keith O'Brien has said
June 25, 2010
Pope Benedict XVI will address thousands of school children during his visit • More coverage of the Papal Visit 2010
June 25, 2010
Euthanasia cases in Holland have risen by a massive 13 per cent in the last year, new figures have revealed
June 25, 2010
The cardinal Archbishop of Naples will cooperate with a corruption investigation, the Vatican has said
June 25, 2010
Catholic leader urges banks to learn from their mistakes as Chancellor unveils tough budget
June 25, 2010
Miguel Cullen meets the award-winning 'religious poet in a secular age' who is taking on Mozart's unfinished opera
June 25, 2010
Cristina Odone meets a Catholic headteacher who is performing wonders at a school for the less affluent residents of Kensington and Chelsea
June 25, 2010
A Spanish mother living in London explains how she and her husband responded to the loss of their unborn child
June 25, 2010
A Spanish mother living in London explains how she and her husband responded to the loss of their unborn child
June 25, 2010
The cast of Daisy Pulls It Off including, in the front row, second from left, Madeleine O'Dwyer, 14, who played scholarship girl Daisy, and Mary Flanagan, 14, centre, who played her accomplice Trixie Martin
June 25, 2010
Fr Andrew Southwell, centre left, and Fr Anton Guziel are pictured with a group of pilgrims outside the church of Ss Peter and Paul in Kraków during their recent pilgrimage to Poland
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