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Bishop Galantino said that couples living in irregular marital situations face de facto discrimination
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The Middle East is increasingly a place to conceal one’s religion
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Waugh was as politically incorrect as it is possible to be
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This week Maria Elena Candilio writes on the history of popes and their pets and Damian Thompson explains why Francis is the Vatican’s real Rottweiler. Fr Timothy Finigan outlines the perils of routine Holy Communion and Catherine MacMillan describes her journey as a teenage single mum with a severely-disabled daughter. Maajid Nawaz urges us to
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Crusading MP Tom Watson explains why he’s reading Pope Francis, believes in God and longs for new, kinder form of politics
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His replacement at the Congregation for Divine Worship is yet to be announced
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The Kurdistan regional government has appealed to Australia for support
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Catholic agencies are assessing the level of need following the cease-fire
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