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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

The blind pro-life activist who puts Britain’s feminists to shame

Chen Guangcheng pictured in Washington DC in January Photo: CNS

Chinese human rights campaigner Chen Guangcheng exposes western hypocrisy about abortion

Catholic primary school asks gay rights group to train staff to handle bullying

Stonewall's material is being used in classrooms across the country Photo: PA

Campaigners have expressed concern that the school invited the gay rights group to offer staff training

PODCAST: Madeleine Teahan, Rabbi Sheridan and Fr Alexander Lucie-Smith discuss ‘On Heaven and Earth’ by Pope Francis

On Heaven and Earth

Welcome to the first in a new series of Catholic Herald Podcast Debates.

Doctors criticise bishops’ report into Liverpool Care Pathway

Baroness Neuberger is chair of an inquiry into the LCP (Photo: PA)

Author of the bishops’ report says LCP is not ‘inherently unethical’ but has been ‘badly implemented’

Archbishops express ‘horror and sorrow’ at violence in Syria

A boy rides a bicycle through a damaged part of Deir al-Zor in Syria					          (Photo: CNS)

Catholic Archbishop of Westminster and Anglican Archbishop of Canterbury issue joint statement

Should we be worried about Pope Francis’s security?

Baby Swiss Guard by Catholic Memes

The Pope’s personal safety is dominating discussion among Catholics

Pope Francis appeals for prayers after Texas explosion

A fire burns at a fertiliser plant in West, Texas, after an explosion (Photo: PA)

Pope tweets message of support for victims

Tarot readers and fortune tellers cannot save you, says Pope Francis

Pope Francis celebrates morning Masses at his Vatican residence (AP)

Pope tells congregation that only the name of Jesus saves

Mick Philpott’s crimes have nothing to do with Catholicism

Mick and Mairead Philpott who were convicted of manslaughter this week

Multiple marriages are not the norm for Catholics, despite what the Daily Mail says

Catholic MPs urge Pope Francis to allow ordination of married men

Pope Francis and the Catholic Church were the subject of an Intelligence Squared debate

Parliamentarians believe a change in rules would lead to growth of the priesthood