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Pilgrims from the Diocese of East Anglia are to visit three shrines in three days on their way to World Youth Day

Archbishop of Westminster calls for people to pray for the victims of rioting and looting across England

Mother Bernardine Goulter survived the atomic bomb at Nagasaki. Here we publish her account

Retired MP and Strictly star says BBC religion coverage has ‘improved vastly’ since Aquil Ahmed took over two years ago

St Oswald (August 5) was praised by the Venerable Bede as ‘a man beloved of God’

Scripture readings in the Ordinary and Extraordinary Forms

Nineteenth Sunday of Lent: 1 Kgs 19:9a, 11-13a; Ps 85; Rm 9:1-5; Mt 14:22-33

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The St Cuthbert Gospel is believed to be the oldest intact book produced in Europe

Catholics in England, Wales and Scotland have donated more than £3 million for the east Africa famine