Tue 23rd Sep 2014 | Last updated: Mon 22nd Sep 2014 at 16:06pm

Facebook Logo Twitter Logo RSS Logo
Hot Topics

Authors

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

Francis to address UN leaders as new grilling in Geneva strains ties

Pope Francis will address the heads of the UN’s agencies amid claims that UN committees are unfairly targeting the Catholic Church   (PA)

Pope expected to urge UN to focus on its founding mission after ‘surreal’ questioning of Church record on torture

Popular blog to close down after clash with bishop

Deacon Nick's blog will end on Sunday

Deacon ‘sad and disappointed’ at Lancaster decision

Catholic college in Leeds mourns ‘kind and hard-working’ teacher

Nuns walk with students outside Corpus Christi Catholic College after teacher Anne Maguire was fatally stabbed in Leeds, England, April 28. A 15-year-old male student has been arrested in the stabbing, West Yorkshire police said. (CNS photo/Darren Staples, Reuters)

Cardinal Nichols expresses ‘utter shock and sadness at the tragic killing of Anne Maguire’

Ordinariate invites Anglicans to take part in ‘exploration day’

Mgr Newton, leader of the Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham (Photo: Mazur/catholicnews.org.uk)

Mgr Newton says initiative marks effort to communicate ‘with more vigour’

Print Edition 18/4/2014

cover-easter

This week we tell you all you need to know about the new Bishop of Brentwood and include extensive coverage of the Vatican conference on human trafficking, organised by the bishops of England and Wales. Francis Phillips interviews the former rock journalist who says the Church helped her to heal the wounds of sexual abuse. […]

Releasing results of family survey would mean defying Pope, says bishops’ conference official

Mgr Stock has said that Pope Francis does not want answers to the questionaire published (Mazur)

Mgr Marcus Stock has defended the decision not to publish respondents’ answers

47 cinemas in UK to screen John Paul II and John XXIII canonisations

Cities with cinemas broadcasting the ceremony include London, Liverpool, Edinburgh and Newcastle

Cinemas in major cities in England, Wales, Ireland and Scotland gives people chance to watch the historic event in 2D or 3D

Catholic women should join the fight against Women Who Eat On Tubes

There will be a 'picnic protest' on the tubes on Monday (PA)

This is one feminist bandwagon we should happily jump on

Students outraged as union votes to ban pro-life rallies

Pro-life protests, like this one in Dublin, could be banned at Cardiff University (PA)

Religious groups and pro-abortion students at Cardiff University fight proposed ban

Bishop gives Preston’s local treasure to traditionalists

Bishop Campbell of Lancaster (Mazur)

The Church of St Walburge will be run by the Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest