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Next year’s event in Dublin will attract many leading Catholic figures

Belgian bishops have agreed to compensate victims even if the statute of limitations has run out

The Pope will visit the majority Catholic country on June 4-5

Western governments are refusing to accept that condoms are ineffective in curbing the disease, according to Catholic Truth Society report

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Mary O’Regan profiles 10 Catholics who are quietly using their talents in the service of others in an astonishing variety of fields

The cardinal was told that speaking at a conference organised by orthodox group Pro Ecclesia et Pontifice would be divisive

Moses spoke with God as if he were speaking to a friend, Pope says at general audience

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Benedict XVI tells Caritas general assembly that charity must be guided by the teaching of the Church