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The Club: if you’ve got the stomach for this Chilean film, you’ll be richly rewarded

Pablo Larrain’s latest film about a group of disgraced priests refuses to offer easy answers

Fr Fernando Karadima is escorted from court giving his testimony (AP)

Fr Fernando Karadima told a court in Santiago he has never abused children

Pope Francis poses with the Chilean miners and their families in St Peter's Square on October 14 (CNS)

The 33 will be released in America later the month

An icon of the 21 Coptic martyrs of Libya by artist Tony Rezk

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The grounds of Ampleforth Abbey, North Yorkshire. Anna Gowthorpe/PA Wire

The Manquehue Movement, a community inspired by the Rule of St Benedict, commit to two-year stay at the abbey

A mine in Brazil (CNS photo/EPA)

Firms must ‘adopt behaviour inspired by the fact that we are all part of one human family’

Francis may make a brief appearance on the West Front of the US Capitol (AP)

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Chilean president Michelle Bachelet meets Pope Francis (Alberto Pizzoli/AFP pool via AP)

Pope and Michelle Bachelet discuss ‘the protection of human life’

Cardinal Rainer Maria Woelki oversaw the committee that drew up the German bishops' new labour law (AP)

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Bishop Juan Barros attends his first Mass at the Cathedral of St Matthew in Osorno with protestors gathered in the pews (CNS)

The Vatican has made a huge unforced error and it doesn’t seem to realise it