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Neil Addison says schools maybe sued if a crime is committed following the implementation of the policy

An officer from the EU's border protection agency, Frontex, leads a migrant to board a ferry from Lesbos to Turkey (PA)

The bishops said that refugees’ right to human dignity and to protection needed to be upheld

Pro-euthanasia demonstrators call for France to follow the example of the Netherlands (AP Photo/Remy de la Mauviniere)

Such a procedure, outlined in the Journal of Medical Ethics, would allow medics to remove a patient’s heart before they died

Jeremy Irons (AP)

Abortion is a sin, says Jeremy Irons

The actor discussed the Catholic Church in an interview with the Guardian

Women try to comfort a mother who lost her son in the bomb attack in Lahore (AP)

Prominent Christian activist says Pakistan is no longer safe for the faithful

The Dignitas Centre (AP Photo/Keystone, Steffen Schmidt)

The number of suicides have gone from 416 cases in 2011 to 1,004 last year

Cardinal Thomas Collins of Toronto (CNS)

Cardinal Thomas Collins of Toronto has called on compatriots to write to politicians and ask them to ‘protect the vulnerable’

The author believes that the Queen had a covert meeting with Edmund Campion (Photo: PA)

The martyr who haunted Elizabeth I

Review: Edmund Campion by Gerard Kilroy, Ashgate, £80

Activists protest against euthanasia in Belgium, where the Church faces similar challenges to Canada (CNS)

Those seeking to end their lives lack ‘the proper disposition for the anointing of the sick’

Canon Michael Cooke standing in front of the Mercy Bus (Mazur/Mazur

Pope Francis ‘laughed spontaneously’ when Fr Mulgrew presented the pontiff with pictures of the bus