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June 05, 2014
June 05, 2014
Gypsies are called 'to contribute to the common good', says Pontiff
June 05, 2014
Pope Francis has criticised Catholics who only have 'one foot in the door'
June 05, 2014
When the Ebola virus broke out in Uganda thirteen Catholics remained and gave their lives for their patients
June 05, 2014
MP says Britain risks 'isolating itself from the rest of the world'
June 05, 2014
In the Catholic Herald this week we bring you an exclusive report on the rise in Dominican vocations, the latest attempts to curb pro-life activism on university campuses and Edward Pentin reports on the author who claims Pope Francis has saved the Vatican. Meanwhile Mary O’Regan speaks to Bishop-elect Kevin Doran and Timothy Stanley explains
June 05, 2014
Cardinal Rodriguez issued a ringing endorsement of the church's competency to critique economic systems
June 05, 2014
Nearly 800 babies died in home for unwed mothers run by the Bons Secours nuns
June 05, 2014
Pope Francis is popular with the secular media because they think he’s about to abandon the disciplines of the Church; and they have built him up by denigrating Benedict XVI
June 05, 2014
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