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McGuinness may have moved on from violence, but many victims of the IRA believe he never showed genuine remorse

The then Cardinal Bergoglio urged cardinals to elect a Pope who would go to the peripheries

The cardinal interviewed alleged victims and witnesses during two days of investigations

The White House has announced it will enhance enforcement of immigration laws and prevent further unauthorised immigration into the US

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No one helps the poor more than the Church. Here’s the evidence

The trouble with Wagner

The composer’s anti-Semitism has worrying echoes in today’s society

The statistics were released during the opening of a hearing of Australia’s Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse

The Joint Commission for Theological Dialogue announced a substantial agreement but healing the historic schism still requires plenty of work

A crackdown on drug-related crime has left more than 400 suspected dealers dead since President Duterte took office in June

Five Dallas police officers were killed by a gunman targeting police on July 7