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Topic: Catholic Church

The Church is growing fast in South Korea

The Confucian kingdom sought to exterminate Catholics but now the whole country admires the Church

How I moved from my megachurch to Catholicism

It caused uproar in Sweden when I left my Protestant ministry and became a Catholic

Catholic Church silent as Scotland prepares to vote on independence

Despite historical fears of sectarianism, some former Catholics have become Scottish Nationalists

Giving credit where it’s due to Pope Paul VI

Despite severe challenges, the Church did not enter a steep decline the end of the pontiff’s reign

Catholic parish staff and disabled children had ‘nowhere to go’ after Gaza bomb warning

Priest and nuns had to evacuate 29 severely disabled children and nine elderly women

Anglican leader hopes vote for women bishops won’t prevent ‘full communion’ with Catholic Church

Archbishop of Canterbury writes to Pope Francis and other church leaders

Protestants try to calm row ahead of Luther celebration

Catholic Church invited to join commemoration of the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation

Now the Church of England has decided on women bishops, ARCIC III is futile. As the CDF says, it is the Ordinariate now which is “ecumenism in the front row”

ARCIC has always been a reductionist body, part of a subversive movement whose indifferentism has caused huge damage to the faith of Catholics in the pew

Catholics had a true friend in Michael Gove

The outgoing Education Secretary wanted to revitalise the Catholic school system, but he only met heel-dragging and indifference

Vote for women bishops does not create ‘new reality’ for ecumenism, says Vatican official

Father Anthony Currer says it is significant that change has been implemented by the Church of England