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Give up your dreams of glory, Pope tells warring Vatican officials

Benedict XVI at the consistory last weekend (CNS photo/Paul Haring)

Meanwhile, one of the leakers has made an anonymous appearance on Italian television

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Benedict XVI receives the ashes at Santa Sabina in Rome yesterday (AP)

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A woman prays at an Ash Wednesday Mass in Hyderabad, India (AP)

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Greek accusations that Merkel is behaving like a Nazi are unjust: it might, though, be a good Lenten exercise for Germany to embark on a penitential self-examination

This massive “bail-out” is intended to save the eurozone, not the Greeks

St Margaret Clitherow should be among those Britons honoured with a stamp

A biography published by St Pauls

To acknowledge its past Britain must commemorate Catholic martyrs alongside its war heroes

The Guardian, Britain’s liberal newspaper, has warm praise for the Catholic Church. The subject? Death

A lady prepares to receive the Sacrament of the Sick at a care home in Rochester, New York (CNS photo)

As a hospital chaplain administering to the dying you learn a lot about life and human dignity

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His Beatitude Fouad Twal, Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem (AP)

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The incredible story of pro-life heroine Ruth Pakaluk

Before her death from breast cancer the Catholic mother-of-seven devoted her life to life

Yet again, we are wrecking the life of an innocent man by handing him over to US ‘justice’ without any decision from our own courts

Chris Tappin speaks to the press in London (Photo: Lewis Whyld/PA Wire)

Blair’s shameful subservience to Bush spawned the 2003 Extradition Act: it should be repealed forthwith

The best thing a Catholic can do for Lent is to go to Mass every day

The Scala brings to mind the knowledge that Christ suffered and died at a certain place and a certain time

This year I will go through the Passion narrative of St Mark line by line