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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

Pope Francis congratulates new Archbishop of Canterbury on his enthronement

The Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Rev Justin Welby (PA)

The Pope Emeritus has also written a letter congratulating the Most Rev Justin Welby

Pope Francis speaks of God’s mercy at first Sunday Angelus

Pope Francis delivers his first Angelus address (AP)

An estimated 300,000 pilgrims filled St Peter’s Square

The Catholic Herald nominated for an award by About.com

The Catholic Herald has been nominated for an award for the best Catholic newspaper

Ordinariate is a ‘permanent feature’ for the Church, says Vatican spokesman

Fr Federico Lombardi (PA)

Fr Lombardi says the ordinariate will remain a permanent feature of the Catholic Church after Benedict XVI has abdicated

Minister: No conscience clause for registrars opposed to same-sex marriage

Maria Miller addresses the House of Commons on same-sex marriage Photo: Press Association

Maria Miller tells Church all registrars must solemnise same-sex marriages

The internet is helping faithful young Catholics find love

It’s becoming harder for single Catholics to meet (Photo: PA)

Madeleine Teahan says more and more Catholics are trying out dating websites. And, what’s more, they work

Gove’s new exam plans will not help RE, says CES

Michael Gove addresses the House of Commons PA Photos

Catholic Education Service says the announcement yesterday fails to elevate RE as a core subject

Same-sex marriage will put Catholics under ‘intolerable moral pressures’, says bishop

Bishop Philip Egan (Photo: Mazur)

Bishop Egan issued the warning after MPs voted in favour of the legislation by a sizeable majority

Medical journal: pharmacists must give out morning-after pill

Under current law pharmacists may refuse to sell the pill but must direct the customer to another provider (Photo: PA)

Academics say right of pharmacists to refuse to sell the pill should be abolished

‘Government cannot protect teachers from the sack, if they refuse to teach same-sex marriage’

Michael Gove                Photo: PA

An official has said that any decision about sacking teachers who refuse to teach about same-sex marriage, ultimately rests with Strasbourg and not the Government