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A man prays near to flowers and candles in tribute to victims of the attacks (AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti)

Oslo bishop says attacks have united the country and that people have found strength in spite of their grief

Cardinal Kazimierz Swiatek in an undated photo (CNS photo/Catholic Press Photos)

Benedict XVI praises Belarus cardinal for his ‘courageous witness to Christ’ and his role in the rebirth of his country

Prime Minister Enda Kenny (CNS photo/Reuters)

Enda Kenny launches extraordinary attack on the Vatican in parliament, saying its policy on abuse is ‘calculated’ and ‘withering’

Life's website

The charity Life has defended its ethics following criticism of its non-directive counselling from a Catholic academic

Benedict XVI meets Ireland's bishops in 2010 (CNS photo/L' Osservatore Romano via Reuters)

Fr Vincent Twomey, a former student of Pope Benedict XVI, says Irish Church has been ‘without any leadership’ for 15 years

Archbishop Chaput at the press conference yesterday (CNS photo/Tim Shaffer, Reuters)

Archbishop Charles Chaput, who is regarded as orthodox and outspoken, is appointed to one of America’s biggest dioceses

Enda Kenny, Ireland's prime minister, has said that canon law should not supersede state law (Julien Behal/PA Wire)

Under new legislation priests would be punished with up to five years in prison if they did not pass on details of abuse heard in Confession

Priests of the Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham (Photo: Mazur/catholicchurch.org.uk)

Friends of the Ordinariate launched to help raise funds for its priests

Archbishop Giuseppe Leanza is received as papal nuncio to Ireland in 2008 (CNS photo/John McElroy courtesy of Irish Catholic)

Minister summons papal nuncio to a meeting following a report into the mishandling of child abuse allegations

Bishop John Magee meets Pope Benedict XVI in 2007 (CNS photo)

Report also says that Bishop John Magee of Cloyne, who resigned last year, admitted to ‘inappropriate behaviour’ with a young man