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In Malta, the Duke of Cambridge views The Beheading of John the Baptist (AP)

A Renaissance painter for the age of ISIS

Caravaggio is the perfect artist for our modern, divided era

Hillary supporters at Wellesley College last night (AP)

The abortion stance of Clinton’s running mate was a major issue for Catholic voters

A group of Trump supporters (AP)

The failure of both political parties presents Church leaders with a unique opportunity to speak for the concerns of Americans

Christian women gather at an Assyrian church in Irbil, Iraq (AP)

Middle East Christians in America and beyond appear to be behind the new president due to his pro-Russian, anti-Saudi leanings

Francis Phillips's list includes novelist Agatha Christie (AP)

Jenni Murray’s A History of Britain in 21 Women leaves out some of our most important female pioneers

Cardinal Zen (AP)

If the Church in China accept state-appointed bishops, it would damage the Church and confuse the faithful

Rievaulx Abbey in North Yorkshire (PA)

Lucy Beckett’s conversion to Catholicism helped inspire her novel about the Reformation

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Director William Friedkin, left, and his wife Sherry Lansing (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP)

William Friedkin has reached the same conclusion as the late exorcist Fr Gabriele Amorth

St John Paul II pictured during a visit to Paris in 1980 (CNS)

Melbourne’s John Paul II Institute is being shut down unexpectedly – the ramifications extend far beyond Australia