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January 21, 2016
Fr Raymond de Souza
Cardinal Danneels, on the one hand, and Cardinal Sarah on the other – the two tell very different tales
January 21, 2016
Sir James MacMillan
The eulogy given by Sir James at his granddaughter Sara’s Requiem Mass tells how a frail young child brought God’s grace to the lives of all those who knew her
January 21, 2016
Jonathan Wright
Superficial similarity may hide more fundamental disagreements
January 21, 2016
Staff Reporter
Pietro Maso killed his parents 25 years ago in a case that shocked Italy
January 21, 2016
Junno Arocho Esteves
The woman has been offered a place at a women's shelter run by the Missionaries of Charity
January 21, 2016
Luke Coppen
A daily guide to what's happening in the Catholic Church
January 20, 2016
Catholic News Service
A Vatican spokesman confirmed Francis received the invitation during an early morning private audience
January 20, 2016
Staff writers
Francis de Sales, the patron saint of journalists, was born in 1567 at the height of the religious conflict in Europe. Despite this he became known for his gentle approach in persuading people back to Catholicism, as well as his insightful writing on spiritual life. Francis was born in Savoy, the son of a nobleman,
January 20, 2016
Fr Alexander Lucie-Smith
Litvinenko was a British citizen and our prime minister needs to show moral courage
January 20, 2016
Staff Reporter
The 96-year-old founded the Weidenfeld & Nicolson publishing house in 1949
January 20, 2016
Staff Reporter
The recipes were found in a handwritten book in the library at Downside Abbey in Somerset.
January 20, 2016
Staff Reporter
The monastery stood for more than 1,000 years before it was razed by Islamist militants
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