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Mark Greaves is news editor at The Catholic Herald

‘Satan should hold a party when we die’

Matthew Fradd sought freedom from pornography addiction after a bad fall. ‘While my wife was leading a Bible study with women, teaching women about their dignity, I was looking at pornography’

Mark Greaves talks to Matthew Fradd, the 28-year-old who conquered his porn addiction and is helping others to do the same

Archbishop: Banks are failing to wake up to moral responsibility

Archbishop Nichols in his lecture says that a mature and enlightened public square will 'echo to the sound of many faiths' (Mazur/catholicchurch.org.uk)

Archbishop of Westminster says in lecture at LSE that the private sector must serve society, not just pursue profit

New nuncio presents his papers to the Queen

The Queen receives Archbishop Antonio Mennini, the Apostolic Nuncio, at Buckingham Palace (Lewis Whyld/PA Wire)

Archbishop Mennini was taken to Buckingham Palace in a horse-drawn carriage

Pope urges prayers for victims of earthquake

The Catholic cathedral in Christchurch, New Zealand's second city (Photo: PA)

Benedict XVI ‘asks God to relieve suffering’ in New Zealand after a massive earthquake kills at least 75 people, with 300 still missing

Archbishop criticises Coalition over plan to redefine marriage

Archbishop Peter Smith of Southwark: 'No authority has the power to modify the fundamental nature of marriage' (Photo: Mazur)

Archbishop Smith says Church will oppose Government ‘in the strongest terms’ if it tries to make gay marriage legal

Traditionalists urge Pope: Don’t roll back Summorum Pontificum

Bishop Edward Slattery celebrates a solemn high Mass in the Extraordinary Form in Washington (Photo: CNS)

Petition appeals to Benedict XVI not to approve a document that reportedly restricts celebrations of the traditional Mass

Gove: Catholic schools can escape ‘meddling’ by becoming academies

Michael Gove: 'Catholic schools must be allowed sufficient autonomy to integrate the Catholic faith into every aspect of school life' (Photo: PA)

Education Secretary says academy status offers Catholic schools the chance to ‘extend hard-won freedoms’

Bishop Conry: Benedict XVI’s visit to Britain boosted his popularity

Benedict XVI waves as he leaves Oscott College in Birmingham (Photo: PA)

Bishop of Arundel and Brighton says Catholics are still talking about the papal visit and ‘the outpouring of grace that was witnessed’

Catholics need to study Marian doctrines more closely, says bishop

The inauguration of the Church of England General Synod last month (Photo: PA wire)

Bishop Stack tells Church of England Synod that Anglicans aren’t alone in needing to reflect further on Mary

Bishop defers plans to cut number of Masses thanks to ordinariate

Bishop McMahon, left, at the ordination Mass of Fr Keith Newton, Fr Andrew Burnham and Fr John Broadhurst (Photo: Mazur)

Bishop McMahon of Brentwood puts plans on hold in anticipation of seven new priests entering the ordinariate