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Bangladeshi riot policewomen standing guard  in Dhaka (AP)

An Italian priest, Fr Piero Arolari, was shot at by three assailants as he cycled to church

Pope Francis blesses a child at a general audience (AP)

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Bishop Richard Malone of Buffalo speaks during a news conference at the general assembly of the US Conference of Catholic Bishops (CNS)

American bishops introduce statement on pornography at autumn meeting

The Pope will visit  Italy on the annual day for Christian-Jewish dialogue (CNS)

Pope to visit Rome’s Jewish community

Pope Francis will be the third pope to visit Rome’s synagogue

The US Embassy is illuminated with the colors of the French national flag in Paris, Monday Nov. 16, 2015, after a series of coordinated attacks in Paris that killed more than 120 people and injured over 350 last Friday. (Dominique Faget/Pool Photo via AP)

‘Terror always seeks to separate us from those we most love,’ the US Catholic bishops said

Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano, apostolic nuncio to United States, listens to remarks at the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops' annual autumn meeting (AP)

Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano received two standing ovations

Floral tributes and candles opposite the Bataclan theatre in Paris, after terror attacks killed at least 129 people in the city on Friday.

Questions about US practices in the resettlement of refugees have been raised after Paris attacks

A lady becomes emotional after looking at the floral tributes and candles opposite the Bataclan theatre in Paris, after terror attacks killed at least 129 people in the city on Friday.

Assembly of Catholic Bishops of the Holy Land has called on the world ‘to stand united against terrorism’

Italian journalist and author Gianluigi Nuzzi (AP)

Gianluigi Nuzzi, author of Merchants in the Temple, received an official summons from the Vatican prosecutor

The Pope's planned visit to Central African Republic later this month is raising alarm (PA)

The Vatican has hinted that Pope Francis’s security team will decide at the last minute whether to change his Africa itinerary