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A judge said the girl should live with a member of her family who could meet her needs ‘in terms of ethnicity, culture and religion’

Christianity is about God’s search for us, Francis said at his general audience

Muslim villagers suspected that a Christian teenager who allegedly converted to Islam was being held captive by her family

The French government and the charities have signed an accord calling for ‘an alternative to the death voyages in the Mediterranean’

A beautiful Church for the poor

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Post-Vatican II ugliness coincided with a collapse in the Church’s ministry to the marginalised. When beauty returns, so will Catholicism’s universal appeal

The Queen is a remarkable example of faithfulness to a call

Fr Emanuel Youkhana visited the war-torn city last week

Gorsuch, an Episcopalian, sided with the Little Sisters of the Poor in their challenge of the contraceptive mandate

The Malone family lost six of their nine children in the devastating fire

The proposals announced by Bishop John Arnold will also see the merger of around 100 parishes