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Pope Francis has removed a bishop for the second time (PA)

Pope Francis removes Opus Dei bishop

Pope Francis has removed Bishop Rogelio Ricardo Livieres Plano

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Print Edition: September 26 2014

This week we reveal which English bishop is urging the faithful to pray for the canonisation of a religious sister dubbed the “Saint of Soho.” Find out if Cardinal Renato Martino is worried abou the Family Synod, read about the Blessed who gave Hans Küng a big hug and Melanie McDonagh tells you what Albania […]

Cardinal Nichols (PA)

The cardinal says he will go to the synod ‘intent on listening to what people have to say’

Lord Patten of Barnes (PA)

The commission will hold discussions over the next two days at the Pope’s residence

Neil Addison said that the statement by DUSA was "legal gibberish." (CNS)

Dundee University Students Association has banned SPUC from its fresher’s fair


Print Edition: September 19 2014

This week we bring you a profile report on the new Bishop of Leeds, Mgr Marcus Stock and the student union that has banned the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children (SPUC) from it’s Fresher’s Fair. Meanwhile, Fr Michael Seed pays tribute to his friend Ian Paisley. Lord Hylton explains why we must stand […]

Cardinal Nichols

Cardinal says the way to deal with marriage failure is to be merciful, not condemnatory


Print Edition: September 5 2014

This week we bring you reports on the amazing Catholic couple who are saving migrants at sea and the brave Nigerian bishop who refuses to have a bodyguard. Fr Thomas Casey dissects Leonard Cohen’s song ‘Hallelujah’ and Fr Matthew Goddard writes about his priest friend who was murdered by a burglar. Meanwhile newly-wed Will Heaven […]

Archbishop Fulton Sheen (CNS)

The Diocese of Peroria has announced that the archbishop’s Cause has been suspended indefinitely

A 3 year-old chases bubbles at an event raising money for children with Down's Syndrome (AP/Mindy Schauer)

Dawkins can’t see my sister’s humanity

The biologist’s views on Down’s Syndrome may have sparked outrage, but they are shared by millions of Britons