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We must offer sanctuary to Iraq’s remaining Christians

ISIS fighters have been responsible for nakedly sectarian violence against Christians and Shia Muslims

The persecuted minority face mass murder under the rule of ISIS

What St Anthony’s face teaches us about the transcendent in man

St Anthony by Bernado Strozzi

A mesmerising digital reconstruction of the saint’s visage reminds us what it means to be human

Catholics should be wary of Hillary Clinton’s latest image makeover

Hillary Clinton: the next president of the United States?

As president, Mrs Clinton would be a fervent supporter of so-called ‘abortion rights’

Morning Catholic must-reads: 13/06/14

The Pope greets the crowd before his general audience (AP)

A daily guide to what’s happening in the Catholic Church

Fifty years ago Italy’s most famous modern saint was being treated like a criminal

The body of St Pio lies in the church of Santa Maria delle Grazie (AP)

In 1964, Pope Paul VI lifted the unjust and severe restrictions on Padre Pio’s ministry

Christian-hating jihadists are poised to eliminate the Church in Iraq

Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant fighters in Fallujah (AP)

Mosul, Iraq’s second city, is now free of Christians for the first time in 1,800 years

Morning Catholic must-reads: 12/06/14

Members of the jihadist group Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (AP)

A daily guide to what’s happening in the Catholic Church

Our society is in a complete muddle about sex

'The pill seems to be the medically miraculous answer to the fear of an unwanted baby' (PA)

And this confusion is rooted in the arrival of the Pill in the early 1960s

Today’s Catholic must-reads: 11/06/14

Francis stretches to bless a child before today's general audience (AP)

A daily guide to what’s happening in the Catholic Church

In the wake of the Trojan Horse claims, we need more faith schools not fewer of them

Education Secretary Michael Gove and Home Secretary Theresa May  in the House of Commons on Monday (PA)

What is evident in the Birmingham schools debate is a growing intolerance of the idea of educating children in faith