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Robert Spaemann said Communion was a ‘yes or no’ question and that the Pope’s document could lead to a schism

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Pope Francis has assured prisoners of his solidarity and prayers (CNS photo/Paul Haring)

In a letter the Pope urged prisoners not to be trapped by their past

Pope Francis exchanges his skull cap with one donated by faithful at the end of the weekly general audience in St Peter's Square (AP)

The zucchetto was expected to be sold for £24,000

Fr Hans Küng in his office in Tubingen, Germany (CNS)

Fr Küng said he was ‘overjoyed’ to receive a personal reply

Jesuit priest, Fr John Sullivan

Fr John Sullivan SJ is one step closer to beatification

Demonstrations against the Austrian government's planned re-introduction of border controls at the Brenner Pass  (CNS)

Bishop Ägidius Zsfikovics said he understood people’s concerns, but the Christian answer could not be fences and walls

Cardinal Peter Turkson, president of the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace, (CNS)

Cardinal Peter Turkson has called for a ‘broad and deeply felt’ debate on just war theory

Two men hold a Justice for the 96 banner as they arrive at the Hillsborough inquests in Warrington (PA)

Inquest rules 96 football supporters were unlawfully killed at Hillsborough in 1989

George Clooney (AP)

Clooney said the award to Marguerite Barankitse should inspire everyone to stand up for those in need