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The Supreme Court judgment is expected later today (PA)

Five judges will examine the case of two midwives today

Cardinal Nichols addressed the conference on healthcare professionals in the context of the New Evangelisations (CNS)

Cardinal Nichols spoke at the Catholic Medical Association Conference on Saturday

Polly Toynbee says that a religious lobby is behind opposition to assisted suicide (PA)

People of all faiths and none oppose Lord Falconer’s Bill

Bishop Mark Davies (Mazur/

Bishop says he wants to dispel ‘any misleading impression’ created by synod


Print Edition: Friday November 7

This week our editor Luke Coppen brings you the latest news on our launch of the magazine and Edward Pentin reveals what Cardinal Burke really thinks about the leadership of Pope Francis. Meanwhile Mark Greaves meets the 110 year-old sister who joined her order in the year of the Wall Street Cash and Will Heaven […]

The Abortion (Sex-Selection) Bill is heading for a second reading in the Commons (PA)

MPs have voted in favour of clarifying law on sex-selective abortion, but we haven’t heard from feminists such as Harriet Harman on the issue


Print Edition: Friday October 31

This week editor Luke Coppen explains why the Catholic Herald is becoming a magazine after 126 years as a broadsheet newspaper. Meanwhile, Mary O’Regan talks to Claudia Larson, the lady who was head-hunted by Dorothy Day, Fr Thomas Casey explains why we need to start praying for the souls in purgatory and Mary Kenny on […]

Eritrean migrants in Lampedusa

Bishops’ Conference criticise decision not to support migrant rescue services in the Mediterranean

As part of the Affordable Care Act, the US Department of Health and Human Services requires nearly all employers to cover contraceptives (AP)

Ave Maria University was was days away from having to pay fines to US government

Cardinal Nichols participated in the Extraordinary Synod on the Family (PA)

Cardinal Nichols made the call in a pastoral letter to his diocese