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Catholic speakers ready for surge in media interest

Martyrs were killed during Spanish Civil War

Fr Martin McGee OSB recalls the remarkable bravery of Christian de Chergé and his fellow monks who suffered martyrdom in Algeria

On the eve of the third anniversary of Summorum Pontificum Fr Gary Dickson says it is unfair to accuse the bishops of obstructing liturgical reform

Everyone assumes Roxanna Panufnik is a cradle Catholic, says Michael White. But her path to faith was far from straightforward

Police opened tombs, searched the home of a retired cardinal and detained bishops for nine hours

Organisers of the papal visit have announced a new venue for John Henry Newman’s beatification, almost halving the number of people able to attend

Swiss Bishop Kurt Koch named to major curial post

Eighty-four Catholic schools have expressed an interest in becoming academies this September

Archbishop Peter Smith of Southwark and Archbishop Bernard Longley of Birmingham receive pallium in Rome