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Catholic doctor may be struck off for refusing sex-selective abortion

A mother views an ultrasound image of her baby daughter (CNS)

Law in Australian state of Victoria ‘stops doctors from using their conscience’

British Government is urged to launch inquiry into ‘scandalously under-policed’ abortion laws

British Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt (PA)

Professor Jack Scarisbrick says abortion services have ‘become a ‘runaway bus’

Archbishop hopes Dominic Barberi will be declared a saint

Archbishop Longley preaching at the Blessed Dominic shrine Church of St Anne    and Blessed Dominic, in Lancashire

Archbishop Bernard Longley has a strong devotion to the Italian priest who received Blessed John Henry Newman into the Church

Italian praises nun who saved him from the Nazis

Pope Pius XII  gave secret orders for the religious houses of the city to give sanctuary to Jewish people (CNS)

Piero Piperno was one of more than 4,200 Jews who in October 1943 were given sanctuary in the religious houses of the city

Archbishop Nichols says fatherhood should be celebrated

Archbishop Nichols at the Citizens UK summit (Photo: Mazur/catholicnews.org.uk)

Archbishop tells Citizens UK summit the best example a father can give his children is to love and respect their mother

MPs urge Lords to block gay marriage Bill after ‘sham’ free vote

The same-sex marriage Bill will arrive in the Lords on Monday (PA)

Letter claims that MPs’ future political careers were threatened before Commons vote

Bishop Egan welcomes Government move on Liverpool Care Pathway

Bishop Egan, centre (Photo: Mazur/catholicnews.org.uk)

Bishop says he is ‘delighted’ that cash incentives for NHS Trusts taking up the LCP now seem likely to be abolished

Peer calls for Liverpool Care Pathway to be abolished

Lord Carlile says doctors who put patients on the end-of-life pathway without their consent should be struck off (Photo: PA)

Lord Carlile says doctors who put patients on the end-of-life pathway without their consent should be struck off

Tyburn Nuns to open first convent in Africa as order grows worldwide

Tyburn Nuns pictured in Peru

Convent in northern Nigeria will be the order’s seventh to open in 20 years

Archbishops: It is not too late to stop this shambolic Bill

Left, Archbishop Smith; centre, Archbishop Nichols (CNS photo/Paul Haring)

Archbishops of Westminster and Southwark urge faithful to oppose Bill on same-sex marriage