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February 06, 2014
February 06, 2014
Francis tells young people Blessed John Paul II will be "the great patron of the World Youth Days"
February 06, 2014
Fr Frankie Mulgrew was once so depressed he used to watch EastEnders for relief. Then he learned how to relish the divine sense of humour
February 06, 2014
Fr Timothy Radcliffe was visiting small community in the Sahara
February 06, 2014
If critics think the Church hasn’t changed, they only need to do a quick online search to learn the truth
February 06, 2014
And the committee oversteps the mark by criticising Catholic teaching on contraception and abortion
February 06, 2014
The Pope stressed that Mass is where we receive Jesus
February 06, 2014
In this week’s print edition of The Catholic Herald, Archbishop Leo Cushley offers a moving eyewitness account of Benedict XVI’s resignation on the first anniversary of that momentous day. Architect Ptolemy Dean discusses his plans to give visitors to Westminster Abbey a striking new view of the shrine of St Edward the Confessor. Quentin de
February 06, 2014
Members of the Scottish Parliament supported the legislation by 105-18
February 06, 2014
A daily guide to what's happening in the Catholic Church
February 06, 2014
St Josephine Bakhita (February 8) was renowned for her love of children
February 06, 2014
Fifth Sunday of the Year, Is 58:7-10; Ps 112; 1 Cor 2:1-5; Mt 5:13-16 (Year A)
February 06, 2014
Scripture readings in the Ordinary and Extraordinary Forms
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