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The Global Network of Rainbow Catholics gathering

The Global Network of Rainbow Catholics held a four-day assembly in Rome over the weekend

Soldiers of the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic movement ride tanks as they withdraw from the front line outside Luhansk, Ukraine (CNS)

‘The time for cautious diplomacy is at an end,’ Archbishop Sviatoslav Shevchuk has said

St Benedict's Catholic School was criticised by Ofsted inspectors last year

The complaint by the Catholic Education Service is in a written submission to the House of Commons Education Committee

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

Disability rights campaigners lead a rally against the assisted suicide bill, that will be debated in the House of Lords in Westminster, London.

Life in Christ is valuable in all its forms

An armed police officer climbs stairs at the hotel where 17 people died in Sevare, Mali, on August 11 (CNS)

Catholic Relief Services worker calls for united effort to combat extremism in the north African country

Pope Francis is expected to highlight his views on climate change during his visit to the country in September (PA)

New poll suggests that only 43 per cent of American Catholics agree that climate change is a moral issue

Rescuers stand near damaged vehicles close to the site of the explosions in Tianjin (CNS)

The Tianjin Diocesan Social Service Centre provided 60 volunteers to assist in the emergency response to last week’s explosions

Dr McLellan was asked to come up with proposals to make Scotand's Catholic Church 'a safe place for all'

Dr Andrew McLellan has led an independent review of how the Church handles allegations of abuse

A group of teenage girls at a Leicester Square premiere (PA)

Underage girls are being fitted with contraceptive implants without parental consent: this has to stop