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The cardinal also said the motive for sexual abuse was not priestly celibacy but ‘unmastered sexual desire’

Four doctors are taking the body the court over the survey

Campaigners have criticised Richmond Council for ‘saying you’re on your own’ to women in real need of help

‘The Lord is purifying his Bride and is converting us all to himself,’ the Pope said

‘It is a precarious time,’ the bishop said, ‘but my sense has always been during these times of crisis, we bring the Gospel forward more boldly’

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The cardinal will appeal the surprise verdict

True peace comes only ‘when the flesh is ruled by the judgment of the mind, and the mind is directed by the will of God’

Lent is ‘about sinfulness, it is about acknowledging that we need God’s help’, Archbishop Leo Cushley told politicians