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The statue by sculptor Fernando Pugliese (CNS)

The Pontiff reportedly phoned Church officials in Buenos Aires to make request

Abraham Lincoln: a supposed target of the Jesuits

The Society of Jesus has inspired some of the most bizarre conspiracy theories you will ever read

The wreckage and debris from the runaway train in Lac-Megantic, Quebec (Photo: PA)

Pontiff sends apostolic blessing to all touched by tragic events in Canada

Francisco de Zurbarán depicts St Bonaventure receiving the 
envoys of the Byzantine Emperor at the Second Council of Lyon

St Bonaventure (July 15) was one of the greatest minds of the late medieval period

Daily readings: July 14-20

Scripture readings in the Ordinary and Extraordinary Forms

Fifteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Dt 30:10–14; Ps 69; Col 1:15–20; Lk 10:25–37 (Year C)

Frank Skinner on stage at the Royal Albert Hall (Photo: PA)

Comedian discusses his Catholic faith in interview with Jesuit magazine

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Print Edition 12.7.13

In this week’s print edition of The Catholic Herald Damian Thompson on Pope Francis the reformer; Archbishop Diarmuid Martin of Dublin tells Sarah Mac Donald why he has chosen not to defend himself publicly against his critics; Nick Harrop visits a refugee camp in Lebanon; Jonathan Wright looks at the bizarre conspiracy theories inspired by […]

Archbishop Jose Palma  - chose not to seek re-election (CNS)

New head in Philippines promises to stand up for Catholic values

Pope Francis decreed that those who attended would receive one plenary (AP Photo/Gregorio Borgia)

Pope encourages prayers for a spiritually fruitful World Youth Day in Rio de Janeiro