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September 02, 2021
September 02, 2021
  A priest “cancelled” by the University of Nottingham after he expressed pro-life opinions about abortion and assisted suicide has assured students that he will serve them as chaplain. In a video message recorded for the Catholic Herald, Fr David Palmer told students that he would continue in the role in spite of the decision
September 02, 2021
Jack Miles reviews Francesca Stavrakopoulou's new book 'God: An Anatomy'
September 02, 2021
David Lough reviews Geoffrey Wheatcroft's new book 'Churchill’s Shadow: An Astonishing Life and a Dangerous Legacy'
September 02, 2021
Pope Francis puts a cheery gloss on drama in Germany, denies rumours of his stepping down and praises the toothless Child Protection Commission in his interview with COPE's Carlos Herrera
September 02, 2021
Harry Mount reviews Charlotte Higgins's new book, 'Greek Myths: A New Retelling' for the September '21 issue of the Catholic Herald
September 02, 2021
As our great churches are branded must-visit tourist attractions, can we still find solace in them?
September 02, 2021
Rome Newsroom, Sep 1, 2021 / 14:00 pm The relics of three of Korea’s oldest Catholic martyrs have been identified with DNA testing, the Diocese of Jeonju announced on Wednesday. The relics of Blessed Paul Yun Ji-chung and two of his martyr companions were confirmed by the Catholic Church after a months-long investigation that involved
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