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Organisers prepare for World Youth Day using Facebook and Twitter

Maria de Jaureguizar, vice-director of communications for World Youth Day 2011, speaks at a press conference alongside Auxiliary Bishop Cesar Franco Martinez of Madrid (Photo: CNS)

The Madrid World Youth Day in 2011 will be ‘fully immersed in the internet’, say organisers

Vatican official: Nobel Prize ignores ethics of IVF

British scientist Robert Edwards with Louise Brown, the world's first 'test-tube baby' (Photo: CNS)

IVF pioneer opened ‘wrong door’ in fight against infertility, says president of the Pontifical Academy of Life

Spanish archbishop to lead visitation of Legionaries’ lay movement

The Italian papal delegate, Archbishop De Paolis, who is in charge of reforming the Legionaries of Christ (Photo: CNS)

Archbishop Blazquez, former bishops’ conference president, is appointed apostolic visitor of Regnum Christi

Details of Pope’s visit to Spain are unveiled

A view of La Sagrada Familia in Barcelona (Chris Ison/PA Archive)

Benedict XVI will consecrate La Sagrada Familia during November trip

Vatican condemns planned Koran burning in Florida

Cardinal Jean-Louis Tauran, president of the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue, at a press conference in March (Photo: CNS)

Plans to publicly burn copies of the Koran are ‘outrageous and grave’, says Vatican council

Benedict XVI marks Mother Teresa’s 100th birthday

Sister Nirmala Joshi, former superior general of the Missionaries of Charity, releases doves as nuns celebrate the 100th anniversary of Mother Teresa's birth (CNS photo/ Deshakalayan Chowdh ur, pool via Reuters)

Pope praises her as a ‘model of Christian virtue’ while anniversary celebrations are held throughout the world

Chaldean bishop tells US: don’t leave Iraq in chaos

Bishop Warduni blesses coffins of victims of a car bomb explosion in Baghdad (Photo: CNS)

Bishop Warduni says his country still has no law, no government, and terrorists ‘come and go as they please’

Lawsuit against Holy See is dropped

Lawyer Jeff Anderson at a news conference announcing a lawsuit against the Salesian order and the Holy See. The case is brought by a Californian man who alleges he was abused by a priest in the 1960s (AP Photo/Nick Ut)

Vatican welcomes the end of the lawsuit while stressing its condemnation of the ‘horror’ of clerical child abuse