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Topic: Catholics

Church pledges to continue Libya mission despite new fighting

Catholic clergy in eastern Libya vowed to continue ministering to local Church members

St John Paul II was a radical, not a reactionary

On St John Paul II’s first feast day, we pick out piece from our archives that asks, how will history judge the Polish Pope?

The first pope accused of being a Marxist

Paul VI is synonymous with Humanae Vitae, but we have forgotten that he was a revolutionary pontiff in Francis’s mould

Cardinals urge government to break political deadlock in Hong Kong

Cardinal John Tong Hon urges authorities to ensure safety of demonstrators

Could you give up your life for your faith?

The power of martyrdom gives Christians an edge over Islamists

St Louis archbishop urges prayers for peace in Ferguson

Residents of the US town ‘struggling to find peace in the chaos’, says Archbishop Carlson

Catholic Herald View: Pope Francis has created an extraordinary opening for Catholicism in Asia

Francis seems to see the continent with a Catholic population of only three per cent as the spiritual battery that will power the Church

Church leaders remain in Libya ‘in solidarity with those working for peace’

‘People are frightened and there is no visible law and order,” says Franciscan Father Allan Arcebuche

Meriam Ibrahim re-arrested in Sudan

Ibrahim was accused of apostasy and was forced to give birth in prison

Pope Francis appeals for peace in Iraq

Pope also announces he will visit Albania in September