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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 strange case of the Polish cleric who vanished

Fr Henryk Borynski was renowned for voicing his strong opposition to Communism from the pulpit

A brave priest’s disappearance still haunts Britain’s Poles

Catholic MP attacks Coalition move on refugees

Sarah Teather MP (Photo: PA)

Sarah Teather accuses Government of splitting up families with visa policy

Christians are often portrayed as bigoted or old-fashioned, says new Bishop of East Anglia

Bishop Alan Hopes delivers his sermon  the Cathedral Church of St John the Baptist Photo: © Mazur/catholicnews.org.uk

Bishop Alan Hopes has asked Catholics not to lose hope in the face of hostility to Christian values

Podcast: Is the BBC a friend or foe of Catholics?

The BBC is a powerful force in Britain and around the world (PA)

Jack Valero and Ed West clash over whether Catholics can trust Britain’s most powerful media entity

Pope Francis has taught me the value of humility, says new Bishop of East Anglia

Bishop Alan Hopes Photo: CNS

Bishop Alan Hopes says Church leaders ‘ have to remain humble’

Priests must improve their people skills, says Bishop Egan

Bishop Egan admires Pope Francis's pastoral approach (Mazur)

Bishop Egan has told priests that their social skills are critical for successful evangelisation

Nuncio: Changes at top of Scottish Church to start this month

Nuncio Archbishop Mennini

Reorganisation planned after the departure of Bishop Devine

Bishops: Gay marriage Bill must be amended

The House of Lords  rejected Lord Dear's wrecking amendment by 390 votes to 148 (Photo: PA)

Protection for religious organisations and individuals is imperative, bishops insist

Bill will ‘abolish’ traditional marriage, says Archbishop of Canterbury

The Archbishop of Canterbury has said he cannot support the Bill in its current form (PA)

The Government’s Bill will weaken society, the archbishop said

Woolwich heroine says Catholic faith inspired her to confront attackers

Drummer Lee Rigby (AP Photo / MOD)

Ingrid Loyau-Kennet says: ‘I believe in thinking about others and loving thy neighbour’