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October 27, 2015
Francis Phillips
Fiorella de Maria's We’ll Never Tell Them, set amid the two World Wars, is a perfect read for young people debating their future path in life
October 27, 2015
Catholic News Service
The House of Representatives voted to redirect the money to community health centres, but President Obama will veto the bill
October 27, 2015
Simon Caldwell
Lord Alton has said the killing of Christians in Syria is a 'genocide that dares not speak its name'
October 27, 2015
Cindy Wooden
The bishops have called for 'courageous and imaginative political leadership' ahead of UN conference
October 27, 2015
Catholic News Service
Cardinal Ján Korec, who was imprisoned then forced to work as a road sweeper, has died aged 91
October 27, 2015
Jo-Anne Rowney
Bishop organising anti-sorcery meeting says nuns have been 'threatened, stoned and burned' while trying to help victims
October 26, 2015
Staff Reporter
The Pope addressed 7,000 travellers to mark the 50th anniversary of Blessed Paul VI’s meeting with Roma people
October 26, 2015
Catholic News Service
Synod members disagree on whether final report opens Communion to remarried on a case-by-case basis
October 26, 2015
Staff Reporter
Addressing the Chaldean Synod, Pope Francis lamented the situation of Christians forced to flee their homes due to terrorism
October 26, 2015
Jo-Anne Rowney
The Global Network of Rainbow Catholics has released a statement in response to the synod on the family
October 26, 2015
Anne Scanlan
In 48 years since the passing of the Abortion Act around eight million abortions having been carried out in the UK
October 26, 2015
Madeleine Teahan
A pilot-scheme due to be launched in schools in south London has been criticised by the British Pregnancy Advisory Service