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Faith schools are a force for social inclusion and community cohesion, said the former Education Secretary

Fr Hugh Allan has been appointed Apostolic Administrator of the Prefecture of the Falkland Islands

Cardinal Wuerl offered prayers and gave blessing at a special ceremony ahead of new mosaic’s installation

Lucien Greaves said their priorities were personal autonomy and scientific rationalism

The diocese is subject to a civil claim following the imprisonment of a former principal and chaplain earlier this year

Bishop Jean-Paul Jaeger of Arras said ‘unhealthy’ conditions meant the transfer of people from the camp was necessary

Pope Francis will take part in ecumenical events to mark the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation.

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Dr Adrian Vermeule has opened up about the influences which led him to Catholicism, including Blessed John Henry Newman

A nine-year-old boy and his mother have been released four days after their arrest, following an accusation that he had desecrated a Koran