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Catholics were thrilled by Pope Benedict XVI’s trip to Britain. A leading Humanist journalist tells Ed West that secularists were too

Archbishop Smith says Church will oppose Government ‘in the strongest terms’ if it tries to make gay marriage legal

Bishop Fellay points to problems created by John Paul II beatification and interreligious gathering in Assisi

The head of the world’s first ordinariate tells Anna Arco that the new structure will have a powerful missionary drive

Number of Catholics, priests, bishops and deacons all increased in 2009, but number of female religious declined

Archbishop of Bangalore says Christian victims have been turned into the perpetrators, while attackers have been absolved

The Vatican issues a three-day timetable of events and emphasises that beatification Mass is free and not ticketed

Public can see painting of Paul V for only the second time