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Madeleine Teahan

Madeleine Teahan is Associate Editor at the Catholic Herald and chairs the Catholic Herald Podcast Debates. Her special interests include euthanasia and assisted suicide. She is on Twitter as @MadeleineTeahan

Bishops encourage schools to implement Living Wage

Bishops keen for 1,200 schools to introduce Living Wage (CNS)

Initiative launched after deal between Unison and the Catholic Education Service

Catholics across UK venerate the relics of St Anthony of Padua

Pilgrims at Westminster Cathedral (Diocese of Westminster)

Pilgrims queue for hours at Westminster Cathedral to visit relics

Bishops consult Catholics on divorce, same-sex marriage and contraception in online survey

Archbishop Nichols has said he will 'attend carefully to the outcomes of this broad process of consulation.' © Mazur/catholicnews.org.uk

Archbishop Nichols has asked for Catholics’ views ahead of the Vatican family synod next year

Student union stops Catholic Society talk

Concerns about freedom of speech at UCL have arisen following the talk's cancellation (PA)

The talk on sexuality was cancelled moments before it was due to begin

Veteran Catholic educator to leave Maryvale

Dr Willey announced his resignation from the institute today

Dr Petroc Willey announced he is stepping down today, citing ‘personal reasons’

Muslim group to use former Catholic church as a mosque

The Archdiocese of Birmingham has sold St Peter's to the local Muslim community

St Peter’s Catholic church in Cobridge will be used as a mosque following its sale

Birmingham archdiocese sells church to Muslim community

The entry for St Peter's on Birmingham archdiocese's website

St Peter’s church in Stoke-on-Trent has been sold to the local Muslim community

Andrew Copson: ‘What is aggressive secularism supposed to mean?’

Chief executive of the British Humanist Association, Andrew Copson

In the second in our series of interviews with prominent critics of the Church, the chief executive of the British Humanist Association explains why he is indifferent to Catholicism

Pope Francis has given carers around the world cause to rejoice today

Francis blesses a disabled person at the Seraphic Institute in Assisi (AP)

His gentle encounter with disabled people in Assisi has affirmed their unsung work

Pope Francis will venerate the tomb of St Francis of Assisi tomorrow

Pope Francis will venerate the tomb of St Francis (CNS)

Pope Francis will spend the day in the ancient city tomorrow