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A priest take photos on a tablet as Francis celebrates Mass (CNS)

Why we’ve changed and what you can expect from us

'You are really spoiling us': a tempting cluster of Ferrero Rocher

The family synod showed that the Church is still struggling to come to terms with the digital era

This week's Catholic Herald newspaper rolls off the presses

A simple guide to the changes to our print and web editions

People buy newspapers with the front page showing newly elected Pope Francis (AP)

During our 126 year history, we have always been prepared to move with the times

'The image brought home just how much technology had reshaped the world in the eight years between the elections of Benedict XVI and Francis' (AP)

The night that inspired us to embark on one of the biggest changes in our 126-year history

How we reported Benedict XVI's papal visit to Britain in 2010

The Herald is changing format after 126 years as a broadsheet newspaper

Tom Watson MP (PA)

Labour MP discusses politics, faith and Pope Francis in an exclusive interview with The Herald

Harvey Hawkins with his younger brother Jayden

Five-year-old Harvey Hawkins was diagnosed with a colloid cyst in his brain

Above: A man reads a Catholic blog. Below: A nun attends a meeting of Catholic bloggers at the Vatican in 2011; blogger Cardinal Seán O’Malley of Boston checks his phone; Benedict XVI sends the first tweet from the @Pontifex account in December 2012; ; and Archbishop Claudio Celli speaks at meeting of Catholic bloggers (CNS)

As controversy rages over Catholic blogs we ask five incisive writers what role blogging should really be playing in the Church’s life

Cartoon by Christian Adams

United Nations bureaucracy tends to regard religious traditions as an obstacle to the international enforcement of human rights