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At a press conference, bishops discussed schools law, Amoris Laetitia, liturgical translation and next year’s Vatican synod

‘Where do your candidates stand on the future of EU citizens in the UK and reciprocal rights for UK citizens in the EU?’ the bishops ask.

The Archbishop of Westminster also praised Catholics who have taken part in the community sponsorship scheme

Church doctrine and canonical legislation can be complicated to navigate. Dubia seek to end confusion on all sorts of topics

The Bishops of England and Wales said the decision to leave the European Union ‘must be respected’

On the eve of the family synod, the conference has published survey responses that undermine Church teaching on marriage

Bishops urge Britain to take in more refugees from Syria before winter sets in

His Fourth is perhaps the first great symphony since the death of Shostakovich

Cardinal Nichols launches appeal for every parish to set up an evangelisation team

Cardinal says new Government must give attention to the ‘needs of the poorest’