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Ed West is the deputy editor of the Catholic Herald

Archbishop Stack is installed in Cardiff

Archbishop George Stack leaves Cardiff cathedral after his installation (Mazur/catholicchurch.org.uk)

In his homily Archbishop Stack calls for Catholics to challenge ‘the structures of injustice’ in society

Rosminian order admits ‘inadequate’ response to abuse

A boy at St Michael's school in Tanzania. The photo is taken from the BBC documentary Abuse: Breaking the Silence (BBC/Blakeway Productions)

Fr David Myers, head of the Rosminians in Britain, issues apology for sexual and physical abuse by priests in the 1960s

‘Sometimes God works in funny ways’

Jeff Grabosky pauses at the Brooklyn Bridge near the end of his gruelling 3,700-mile run from the West Coast to the East Coast

Ed West talks to a Catholic who prayed the rosary 35,000 times while running across America, dodging wild animals on the way

There is no competition between faith and reason, says cardinal

Cardinal Turkson at Blackfriars, Oxford, after delivering the Cardinal John Henry Newman lecture. Photo: Br Lawrence Lew, OP

Faith and reason are in harmony and are not in competition, Cardinal Peter Turkson has said at a lecture in Oxford

Priest in Guyana named new British Jesuit provincial

Pope Benedict XVI meets Fr Adolfo Nicolás, Jesuit superior general (CNS photo/L'Osservatore Romano via Catholic Press Photo)

Fr Dermot Preston, a noted film buff, has worked in Guyana for five years and also in South Africa

MPs seek to tighten abortion law

Results are read out the last time MPs voted on abortion law, during the passage of the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Bill in 2008 (PA photo)

Labour and Tory MPs are tabling amendments to a new health bill that they say will dramatically reduce the number of abortions in Britain

Man with paralysed leg walks 1,000 miles after visit to Lourdes

Handicapped pilgrims pictured in front of the Basilica of the Rosary in Lourdes (AP Photo/Alessandra Tarantino)

Bishop recognises healing as ‘remarkable’ but says further study is needed before it can be declared a miracle

Time is running out for Iraq’s Christians, says archbishop

Iraqi Archbishop Bashar Warda pictured at the press conference in London (Mazur/catholicchurch.org.uk)

Ancient Christian community may soon disappear, senior Iraqi churchman says

‘Prayer is absolutely essential – or you die’

Fr Michael Shields: ‘There is no doubt the Devil is real and evil is real because I’m looking at it every day. It is watered down in the West’

Ed West meets Fr Michael Shields, the priest who exchanged the frozen wastes of Alaska for the post-Soviet wilderness of Siberia

Pope: violence in God’s name is inspired by the Antichrist

Fr Giuseppe Costa, director of the Libreria Editrice Vaticana, the Vatican publishing house, which published Pope Benedict XVI's new book "Jesus of Nazareth - Holy Week: From the Entrance into Jerusalem to the Resurrection"

Benedict XVI has condemned religious violence as the instrument of the anti-Christ in the sequel to his book Jesus of Nazareth