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November 26, 2015
Joyce Duriga
Augustus Tolton, whose Cause opened in 2011, fled slavery aged nine
November 26, 2015
Staff Reporter
African Catholics 'accept simple answers to difficult questions', says editor of Katholisch.de
November 26, 2015
Catholic News Service
The Korean peninsula is one of the regions in the world 'that most need the mercy of God', says Seoul cardinal
November 26, 2015
Jack Carrigan
This insightful portrait of St John Paul II by those who knew him is far from hagiographic
November 26, 2015
Fr Raymond de Souza
The friends of Francis are urging him to take a revolutionary step after the synod. But there are good reasons why he might reject their advice
November 26, 2015
Will Gore
Mr Calzaghe is a straightforward documentary about the life and career of legendary Welsh boxer, Joe Calzaghe
November 26, 2015
George Weigel
Vatican II was intended as a call to unity and evangelism, but its legacy has been an escalation of intra-Catholic wars. It is time to embrace John XXIII’s original vision
November 26, 2015
Luke Coppen
A daily guide to what's happening in the Catholic Church
November 26, 2015
Staff Reporter
Pope asks faithful to 'resist practices which foster arrogance in men, hurt or demean women, and threaten the life of the unborn'
November 26, 2015
Staff Reporter
Pope Francis is celebrating at Mass at Nairobi University
November 25, 2015
Staff Reporter
The British Humanist Association has launched a successful legal case against the education secretary regarding Religious Studies in schools
November 25, 2015
Staff Reporter
Pope Francis is visiting Nairobi's State House
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