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The former Education Secretary defended faith schools (PA)

Faith schools are a force for social inclusion and community cohesion, said the former Education Secretary

Abbot Allan will visit the Falkland Islands in November (PA)

Fr Hugh Allan has been appointed Apostolic Administrator of the Prefecture of the Falkland Islands

Satanists vandalise a Baptist Church in 2008 (AP Photo/Jay Reeves)

Lucien Greaves said their priorities were personal autonomy and scientific rationalism

A Pakistani woman walks past a house in the Kasur district (AP)

A nine-year-old boy and his mother have been released four days after their arrest, following an accusation that he had desecrated a Koran

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The Chapel of St George and the English Martyrs will host the decorative scheme

A nun confronts Bolivarian National Police officers as they block demonstrators during an opposition protest in Caracas last month (AP)

Venezuela’s new cardinal says the country’s politicians ‘can’t throw in the towel’

A village woman shows a picture of Guo Jincai after his ordination as bishop by the Chinese state church in 2010. According to reports, the bishop will soon be recognised by the Vatican (AP)

A breakthrough may be near in the long-running dispute between the Vatican and China

Claridges hotel in London, one of 10 hotels and restaurants involved in the scheme with local churches

Claridges is one of 10 local hotels and restaurants working with churches to feed the homeless

A security guard walks through an emergency shelter for refugees near Dresden (PA)

Germany’s home secretary has admitted the government ‘underestimated the role of religion’

The virtual image of Our Lady

Archbishop Viilma of the Evangelical Lutheran Church said that the exhibit ridicules religion