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The cardinal was known as ‘Baltimore’ by St John Paul II, according to his priest-secretary

The bishops of America have released a pastoral message urging Catholics to show solidarity to refugees

The Pope said that Scripture and prayer can give people the energy to help those in need

The restored Edicule is seen during a ceremony marking the end of restoration work on the site of Jesus's tomb at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre

The Edicule in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre underwent a major renovation after it was deemed unsafe

a picture of a woman carries food provided by US Agency for International Development in Pajut, South Sudan (CNS)

Catholic Relief Services has warned ‘people will starve to death’ if food doesn’t reach them soon

Judge Neil Gorsuch, President Donald Trump's nominee for the US Supreme Court, attends his Senate Judiciary Committee confirmation hearing on Capitol Hill March 20 in Washington

Issues of religious liberty and abortion touched on during second day of hearings

A photo of a US border agents detain an undocumented immigrant caught near the US-Mexico border

Families must not be separated from one another, the Archbishop of Philadelphia has said

Pope Francis kneels before a priest to confess during a Lenten prayer service in St. Peter's Basilica

In his morning homily, the Pope said confession does not simply remove the stains from one’s conscience

The Pope reflected on St Joseph during his morning homily yesterday

Members of the Mexican Federal Police arrive to patrol the city of Culiacan

Fr Robert Coogan alleges officers tried to plant drugs during the raid