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December 07, 2017
December 07, 2017
Pope Francis said studying Latin can help young people navigate life
December 07, 2017
The Pope named the new archbishops of Paris and Mexico City
December 07, 2017
A piano teacher with no theological training has found unlikely fame - and plenty of critics - after his defence of Amoris Laetitia
December 07, 2017
The secular lobby targets Catholic schools and hospitals with lawsuits, but there is a fightback
December 07, 2017
When buying ordinary products, you may be funding political causes you reject
December 07, 2017
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December 07, 2017
Hours after the conclave of March 2013 ended, another ritual ballot took place 5,000 miles away in Beijing’s Great Hall of the People. As Francis prepared for his first full day as Pope, Xi Jinping was elected president of China by 2,952 votes to one. While the differences between the two men are obvious, there
December 07, 2017
✣ Pope Francis defends avoiding the term ‘Rohingya’ What happened? Pope Francis was criticised for avoiding the term “Rohingya” while in Burma. He told reporters on his flight home that his priority was to ensure his message was heard. “I knew that if, in an official speech, I would have used the word, they would close
December 07, 2017
✣ Highlights from the week online So why does Meghan have to be baptised? The news that Meghan Markle will be baptised before she marries Prince Harry next spring proved confusing for many newspapers. The Evening Standard got into trouble when it tried to explain why Meghan Markle had to go through the ceremony. Its report,
December 07, 2017
Bishop Mark Davies has announced a Year of the Eucharist for 2018 in Shrewsbury diocese, urging Catholics to grow in what St John Paul II called “Eucharistic amazement” each Sunday. In a pastoral letter Bishop Davies suggested two steps to help achieve this during Advent and Christmas. “The first is to take time to genuflect,
December 07, 2017
Public trust in clergy has fallen substantially over the past 30 years, while trust in other professions has risen, according to a new poll. An Ipsos Mori survey of 998 British adults found that 65 per cent said they trusted priests and clergy to tell the truth – down 20 per cent from 1983, and
December 07, 2017
A bishop has praised Tim Farron, former leader of the Liberal Democrats, for speaking out against the threat of intolerant liberalism. In a lecture last week hosted by the think tank Theos, Mr Farron said that if you hold religious beliefs, “you are deemed to be far worse than eccentric. You are dangerous. You are
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