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Tourists take a selfie in front of an image of Pope Francis in Havana (CNS)

Blessed are the bloggers

The internet has brought a golden age of evangelical opportunity. Atheists share the same soapbox – but that should not deter us

Protesters are blocked from marching in Caracas, Venezuela (Photo: AP)

From Venezuela to Libya charismatic leaders have led their people down a blind alley

The Church respects the natural rhythms of a woman's body (PA)

Natural Fertility Awareness eschews subsidising ‘Big Pharma’ and encourages the consumption of organic vegetables

Women should carry a bottle of holy water in their hand bags (CNS photo/Lisa Johnston, St. Louis Review)

Women are called to save souls in many different ways

The March for Life took place in Birmingham on Saturday (Twitter/@March4LifeUK)

Birmingham’s March for Life was bigger and better than ever, and, despite some protests, passed off in relative tranquility

Michelangelo's Pietà (Stanislav Traykov)

For some reason, Mary is often a stumbling block for those outside the Church.

Even saintly people need prayers after death (CNS)

Bishop Huaixin’s funeral Mass will be celebrated tomorrow at the Sacred Heart Cathedral in Anyang

Mary Beard's new series on the Romans is mesmerising

Romanitas was the glue that kept the Empire together. The Church has something strikingly similar

The faithful throw petals as the statue of Our Lady is carried in procession at Fatima (AP)

The Fatima message is more relevant than ever – as a series of events will demonstrate

Women hold images of Our Lady of Fatima inside the Metropolitan Cathedral during Mass in Managua, Nicaragua, May 13 (CNS photo/Oswaldo Rivas, Reuters)

When Our Lady appeared to the children of Fatima she said many souls go to hell because no one prays for them