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Francis Campbell, Britain’s former ambassador to the Holy See, said Catholic schools challenged ‘group-think’ in society

The shirt worn by the saint as he contemplated a martyr’s death in the Tower of London has been encased above an altar in Buckfast Abbey

Cardinal Willem Eijk said an encyclical may be necessary to counter the idea that gender can be determined by personal choice

300 doctors have signed a letter objecting to the new test amid fears its introduction is ‘on economic grounds’

A Christian nursing home in Switzerland must allow assisted suicide or lose its charitable status

Europe’s justice and peace commissions say the EU is in ‘bad shape’ and needs reform

Mother Marie Adele Garnier, the foundress of the Tyburn Nuns, wrote of the Eucharistic miracle in a letter to a friend

Fr Ignatius Spencer, who is related to the Royal Family, is on the path to sainthood

The Vatican has taken a key step along the road to declaring an English aristocrat related to Princes William and Harry to be a saint

Inquiry finds that doctors who conscientiously object to abortion are denied career choices

The bishops suggested the $272 billion cost of replacing the aging arsenal of nuclear weapons could not be morally justified