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December 09, 2015
Staff Reporter
The Year of Mercy 'calls us to open the doors of our hearts' to mercy, says bishop
December 09, 2015
Carolyn Wickware
The family of four has been housed despite protests from the state governor
December 09, 2015
Luke Coppen
A daily guide to what's happening in the Catholic Church
December 09, 2015
Staff Reporter
Bishop Seamus Cunningham of Hexham and Newcastle proposed the motion on behalf of the Council of Priests in his diocese
December 09, 2015
Ed Condon
The changes come into force today, but are they as controversial as people suggest?
December 09, 2015
Carolyn Wickware
Projections of animals and nature were projected onto St Peter's Basilica on Tuesday night
December 09, 2015
Carolyn Wickware
The money has been awarded to Caritas Anchor House by the The Big Lottery Fund
December 09, 2015
James Martone
The COP21 conference, currently underway in Paris, will conclude on Friday
December 08, 2015
Catholic News Service
The Pope led prayers in the Piazza di Spagna on the Feast of the Immaculate Conception
December 08, 2015
Staff Reporter
The Bishop of Lancaster said he extended his 'prayerful sympathies' to all those affect by the flooding
December 08, 2015
Mary O'Regan
The Virgin Mary is the only woman in creation worthy of carrying Our Lord
December 08, 2015
Catholic News Service
Benedict XVI was in attendance when Francis opened the Holy Door in St Peter's Basilica
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