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December 15, 2015
James Martone
An agreement on global warming was reached at the end of the COP21 summit in Paris on the weekend
December 15, 2015
Staff Reporter
Corinne Barber was able to make a pilgrimage to Rome thanks to £9,000 of donations
December 14, 2015
Catholic News Service
Francis will go to the border town of Ciudad Juárez during February's visit
December 14, 2015
Jonathan Luxmoore
Medical professionals in the country released a statement demanding a revision of legislation
December 14, 2015
Fr Alexander Lucie-Smith
There are profoundly differing visions of God in the world, and these dictate the sort of societies that we have built for ourselves
December 14, 2015
Will Gore
On Sunday the Archbishop of Westminster marked the beginning of the Year of Mercy
December 14, 2015
Staff Reporter
On Sunday Holy Doors were opened in cathedrals around the world to celebrate the start of the Year of Mercy
December 14, 2015
Staff Reporter
An agreement to try and curb global warming was reached at the UN climate change conference on Saturday
December 14, 2015
Junno Arocho Esteves
Patriarch Louis Sako of Baghdad spoke at an international conference on Christian persecution in the world
December 14, 2015
Catholic News Service
The Pope has made canon law changes with the aim of making marriage annulment quicker and cheaper
December 14, 2015
Luke Coppen
A daily guide to what's happening in the Catholic Church
December 11, 2015
Luke Coppen
A daily guide to what's happening in the Catholic Church
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