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Fr John Thompson once drove an ambulance from Liverpool to Ethiopia, stopping in Rome for the Pope to bless it

Italian prince Filippo Corisini died when his bicycle collided with a lorry in central London

William Friedkin says that 45 years on from the release of his film, there is more acceptance of ‘the possibility of possession’

Archbishop Bashar Warda said 100,000 people have begun preparations to return to ancient towns and villages in the Nineveh Plain

Mario Zenari has served as the Pope’s representative in war-torn Syria since 2008

Poll suggests the Democratic nominee is supported by 51 per cent of Catholics compared to 40 per cent for her Republican rivals

The opposition alliance also tentatively welcomed the release of four jailed activists and agreed to delay a symbolic trial of President Maduro

A new civil lawsuit has been filed against Archbishop Anthony Apuron, who was suspended in June

Cardinal Kurt Koch acknowledged the difficulties faced by Catholic-Lutheran married couples unable to share the sacrament of Communion

Francis discussed the ordination of women, refugees and the Venezuela crisis during his latest in-flight press conference