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Archbishop Bernardito Auza (PA)

Archbishop Bernardito Auza said the world risks complacency if nations do not make ‘tangible progress’ in stopping the spread of the disease

An Ebola sensitisation campaign painted on a wall in the Liberian capital Monrovia (CNS)

I quarantined myself after baptising 27 people, including two Ebola survivors, at the Easter Vigil

A sterilisation ward in Chhattisgarh. Four million Indian women are sterilised each year (AP)

First it was eugenics – now, under the guise of environmentalism, governments across the world are trying to force the poor and ‘culturally backward’ not to breed

Pope Francis will have lunch with around about 90 prisoners in Naples on Saturday (AP/Gregorio Borgia)

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Alex, centre, with his burial team (Cafod/Laura Purves)

‘I imagine that it is me lying there,’ says Alex Musa Koroma , the leader of a safe burial team supported by Cafod

The Vatican is sending million to help west Africa (AP)

Money will be used to support and train clergy to help people afflicted with the virus

Pope Francis (AP)

The Vatican has released a translation of the speech delivered by Francis at the Apostolic Palace

Fides said many of the killings were carried out with 'brutality and ferociousness' (AP)

Vatican Congregation hails 18 Catholics who died caring for Ebola patients

Dr Martin Salia, the U.S. surgeon originally from Sierra Leone, died yesterday (CNS photo courtesy Mike DuBose, United Methodist News Service)

Dr Salia is sixth doctor in Sierra Leone to lay down his life treating the sick

Pope Francis (AP)

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