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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

The Pope Emeritus reportedly admitted to the diary in a book-length interview to be published in September

Hundreds of Catholics crowded into the Cathedral of St Paul to venerate the relics of two English saints

The Pontiff told reporters: ‘May the Lord give me the grace to cry’

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Mother Rosemae Pender, 94, had a heart attack while marking 75 years since she professed first vows

Two of the four men were convicted of separate charges of assault and harassment

The SSPX release statement claiming Pope Francis and others within the Church are responsible for making doctrinal errors in their teaching

Lord Alton has accused European Commission president Jean Claude-Juncker of ‘disdainful arrogance’