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The superiors of the Legion of Christ are opposing change – why not sack the lot?

Legionaries of Christ seminarians lead the recessional during a Mass in Rome (Photo: CNS)

They are supposed to believe in obedience to the pope: then let them obey

Debate: Should Christians abandon the Middle East?

A Lebanese woman lights a candle at a vigil in Beirut following the massacre in Baghdad on Sunday (Photo: PA)

Or should they stay, with extra support from the west?

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Archbishop Francis Chullikatt (CNS)

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Now we have a Catholic Speaker of the House who actually believes what the Church teaches

John Boehner, the new Speaker of the House, is guided by the teaching of the Church (CNS photo/Joshua Roberts)

His Catholic predecessor, who did not, has done untold harm

As the Belgian Church faces yet another meltdown, its leader explains himself

As the Belgian Church faces yet another meltdown, its leader explains himself

Archbishop Andre-Joseph Leonard, the primate of Belgium, explains the controversies surrounding him only days after his spokesman’s resignation has sparked a new row

Belgian primate tells his flock: ‘I owe you some explanations…’

Archbishop Andre-Joseph Leonard writes a letter to his flock explaining remarks which have sparked heated controversies in the Belgian Church

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Cuban President Raúl Castro attends the opening of the new seminary in Havana (AP Photo/Javier Galeano)

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Today I prayed the Rosary and held up a placard outside our NHS hospital

Pro-lifers pray outside an abortion centre in Pennsylvania (Photo: CNS)

I am not a natural for this kind of thing. I cringe inwardly when people shout at us, as they occasionally do. But I hope we make people think

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Pope Benedict XVI gestures to the faithful during his weekly general audience in the Paul VI hall (AP Photo/Pier Paolo Cito)

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Parishes joining the Ordinariate will have no difficulty finding a home

St Stephen's, Gloucester Road, London: shared happily in the early 1990s by Anglicans and ex-Anglican converts

Mostly, it will be the one they already have