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October 13, 2016
October 13, 2016
The Adoration of the Mystic Lamb was unveiled today in St Bavo’s Cathedral
October 13, 2016
One of the three judges scheduled to preside at the hearing said he could not hear the case
October 13, 2016
On the 99th anniversary of the 'Miracle of the Sun', Our Lady's message is still urgent
October 13, 2016
Take a look inside this week's Catholic Herald
October 13, 2016
The Pope told pilgrims that the sin Jesus condemns most is hypocrisy
October 13, 2016
Pope Benedict XVI has contributed to a book marking the Ecumenical Patriarch's 25th anniversary
October 13, 2016
The simple clash between pro-choice and pro-life camps is giving way to a more complex but no less ferocious struggle
October 13, 2016
The number of those living in slavery has risen by an estimated 10 million since 2014. The PM's campaign is a good start
October 13, 2016
✣ Pope plucks new cardinals from peripheries What happened? Pope Francis has named 17 new cardinals, 13 of whom are under 80 and thus eligible to vote in any conclave to elect his successor. The 13 include the first cardinals from Mauritius, Papua New Guinea, the Central African Republic and Bangladesh. Another is the Belgian Archbishop
October 13, 2016
The Pope and the Archbishop of Canterbury together sent 19 pairs of Catholic and Anglican bishops back to their home dioceses last week to promote joint prayer, joint proclamation of the Gospel and, especially, joint works of charity and justice. “Today we rejoice to commission them and send them forth in pairs as the Lord
October 13, 2016
From Poland to Texas, from Chile via Indiana to Channel 4’s Dispatches, the issue of abortion seems to have recovered its political salience during the past year or so. People are talking about it in legislative assemblies and television studios. Sometimes they are marching in the streets again. But there has been a change in
October 13, 2016
Caught in the Revolution by Helen Rappaport, Hutchinson, £25 Helen Rappaport, author of many studies on Russian history, has subtitled her book Petrograd 1917. By confining herself to one city and a single year, she turns the start of the chaos and violence of the Russian Revolution into a dramatic and absorbing narrative. Deliberately avoiding
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