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Brazil’s huge gulf between rich and poor should shake Christian consciences

As president, Mrs Clinton would be a fervent supporter of so-called ‘abortion rights’

Pope Francis’s initiative may not work immediately but it is an important first step

There are baby elephants fed on powdered milk near Nairobi while down the road human babies never see powdered milk from one year’s end to the next

When the Ebola virus broke out in Uganda thirteen Catholics remained and gave their lives for their patients

Faced with the drama of sin and death, the ‘Church of Nice’ simply doesn’t cut it

Meriam Ibrahim, sentenced to hang by a Sudanese court for the crime of apostasy, may soon be freed

The case of Meriam Yehya Ibrahim tells us a great deal about the Muslim mindset as it exists in Sudan today

A newly released letter from Bonnie Prince Charlie reveals something about their family life

All Catholics have the right to speak to their pastors in the strictest confidence