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The Extraordinary Form: shaped by the faith of the Church for 1,500 years (CNS)

But don’t expect them to disparage the Novus Ordo

The Tower of London: John Rastell was 'a prime example of the turn of fortune’s wheel in Tudor England' (Mazur/catholicnews.org.uk)

John Rastell’s work affected our liturgical experience forever

Mother Teresa prays at the Missionaries of Charity in East Beirut (Photo: AP)

For long periods Mother Teresa perceived God’s seeming absence. But even in her most tortured moments she showed a trust in the will of God

'Suddenly I became transfixed by her smiling face...' (CNS)

With the future saint’s help I left behind years of severe mental illness

St Vincent de Paul volunteers visit those in need

The new campaign Who Cares? draws attention to the 900,000 older people in Britain struggling with loneliness

Pamela Anderson (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP)

If more religious leaders and entertainment stars spoke out on the subject the government might be pushed to take action

Mother Teresa was not concerned about political correctness (CNS photo/courtesy Catholic Relief Service)

A book, Prophetess of our Time, captures the saint’s personality by speaking to two of her priest-friends

A Muslim man walks past St Therese Church in Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray, France, July 27, a day after French priest Father Jacques Hamel was killed (CNS photo/Pascal Rossignol, Reuters)

In countries where priests face the constant risk of violent crime, they still go out, they still take risks. As in Kenya and elsewhere, so in Britain

Ghanaian Cardinal Peter Turkson, will lead the new department (CNS photo/Tom Tracy)

The Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development has easily the most political portfolio in the curia

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