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University chaplaincy on mend after fire

The University of Kent chaplaincy website

Community will survive and ‘all is possible’, says chaplain

Tina Beattie criticises ‘lack of dialogue’ after event is cancelled

Archbishop Cushley (Photo: PA)

Theologian says she was left in the dark by Archbishop Cushley’s decision

Scottish bishops welcome independence referendum result

Scottish voters decided to maintain the 307-year union (Photo: AP).

Bishops’ conference praises ‘passionate and sometimes partisan debate’ and encourages Catholics to engage in politics

Cardinal Nichols: ‘Jihadist John’ represents humanity at its worst

Cardinal Nichols (Photo: PA)

Cardinal Nichols describes ISIS videos as ‘blasphemous’ in an address at Lambeth Palace

The saint who came from a family of martyrs

The king initially resisted executing Andrew on account of his bright personality

St Andrew Kim Taegon (September 20) was the first Korean Catholic priest

Pope hosts global video chat with young people

Pope Francis talks with students from different countries as part of the Scholas.Social project (PA) Below: Video report (CNS)

Francis answers questions from pupils on five continents via Google Hangouts

Catholic and Shia Muslim leaders unite to condemn WMDs

U.S. Bishops visited Iran in March to promote peace and dialogue (CNS photo/courtesy Stephen M. Colecchi)

Joint declaration affirms ‘common commitment to peaceful coexistence and mutual respect’