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David Cameron at a meeting with European Parliament President Martin Schultz last week (AP)

Most voters will make up their minds by considering the European Union’s achievements, or lack of them

Embryos being prepared for instant freezing in laboratory (PA)

Life says the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority has approved ‘uncertain and dangerous technology’

Archbishop Paul Gallagher addresses the UN General Assembly in October (AP)

Liverpool-born archbishop says Brexit would weaken Europe

Archbishop Paul Gallagher addresses the UN General Assembly in October (AP)

Morning Catholic must-reads: 21/01/16

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

Ambassador Nigel Baker lays the wreath at the tomb (blogs.fco.gov.uk)

Ambassador Nigel Baker commemorated the 250th anniversary of James Francis Edward Stuart’s state funeral

'There is an urgent need for a full and confident articulation of the whole of the Church’s social teaching' (AP)

The willingness of US bishops to make themselves publicly unpopular is commendable and enviable

The Apostolic Nuncio pictured with the congregation after morning prayers at St Ann’s Royal Naval Dockyard Church

Archbishop Antonio Mennini is the first nuncio to Great Britain to make an official visit to the Navy

A still from the Church of England's advert

Who wants to live in a country where the Our Father is deemed offensive?

Benedict XVI arriving at Edinburgh Airport in September 2010 (CNS)

We republish the following blog, originally published on September 20, 2010, to mark the fifth anniversary of Benedict’s papal visit to Britain

Cardinal Vincent Nichols has said we must act (PA)

The cardinal gave an interview to ITV news last night about the growing migrant crisis