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But Vatican judges acquitted an aide and said they did not have jurisdiction to try Italian journalists

Tony Blair presented evidence on weapons of mass destruction ‘with a certainty that was not justified’, inquiry finds

Teachers have voiced support for a proposed partnership with Roehampton University in order to protect Heythrop from total closure

Pope Francis has delivered a video message to help launch Caritas Internationalis’s Syria: Peace is Possible campaign

Pope Francis will make a ‘simple and private pilgrimage’ to Assisi on August 4

The prosecutors have requested Francesca Chaouqui serve three years and nine months in prison

The English Province of the Dominicans has announced reorganisation plans that it says will ‘strengthen community life’

Francis ‘offered his closeness’ to the families of those killed in deadly attacks in Iraq and Bangladesh

Cardinal Nichols joins the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Chief Rabbi and an imam in urging Britain to unite against prejudice