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Ignorance of faith risks creating cafeteria Catholics, says Pope

Pope Benedict XVI at his weekly general audience in St Peter's Square (Photo: PA)

Benedict XVI urges faithful to become more familiar with the Nicene Creed

Popemobiles put on display at Vatican Museums

A 'Gala Berlin' carriage, made around 1825 during the pontificate of Pope Leo XII (Photo: CNS)

Exhibition includes the jeep Blessed Pope John Paul II was travelling in when he was shot and an immense horse-drawn carriage made in 1826

Police say butler’s flat was crammed with documents

Paolo Gabriele, right, pictured during the trial (Photo: CNS)

Documents focused on vast range of topics including the Masons, yoga and the Vatican bank

Butler says he ‘loved the Pope like a son’

Paolo Gabriele is seated on the right in a grey suit (Photo: CNS)

During trial Paolo Gabriele says he was innocent of theft but felt guilty for betraying the Holy Father

Pope’s butler could face four years in jail

The courtroom in which former papal butler Paolo Gabriele will stand trial (Photo: CNS)

Judge says the criminal trial, which begins at the Vatican tomorrow, is ‘extremely’ rare

Vatican says after Libya violence: Benedict XVI is bringing message of peace to Middle East

The US Consulate in Benghazi is engulfed in flames (Photo: CNS)

Vatican spokesman deplores violence as well as disrespect for religious beliefs

Most bishops’ conferences miss Vatican deadline on drafting abuse guidelines

Mgr Scicluna pictured at a penitential vigil in Rome (CNS photo)

Mgr Scicluna says without counting Africa a majority of conferences have complied with Vatican instruction

Pope defends Cardinal Bertone against ‘unjust’ criticism

Cardinal Bertone greets Pope Benedict XVI at a concert in the Pope's honour (CNS photo)

Benedict XVI reiterates ‘personal confidence’ in Vatican Secretary of State in a letter

Benedict XVI says pallium is sign of tie to heaven and earth, Christ and pope

Pope Benedict XVI presents a pallium to Archbishop William Lori of Baltimore (Photo: CNS)

Ceremony began with ‘Tu es Petrus’ sung by Sistine Chapel and Westminster Abbey choirs

Vatican releases guidelines on promoting vocations

Cardinal Zenon Grocholewski, prefect of the Congregation for Catholic Education

Cardinal says ‘the strongest candidates grow in hostile environments’