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Jennifer Lawrence in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1

Young adults have a complex view of just war

Cardinal Tauran speaks at the UN headquarters in New York in 2008 (CNS)

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A bride smiles during the joint wedding ceremony in St Peter's last month (AP)

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Pope celebrates Mass at a cemetery in Rome in November (CNS)

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Queen Elizabeth II and Irish president Mary McAleese after a wreath laying ceremony at the Irish War Memorial Garden, Islandbridge, in May 2011 (PA)

On at least 44 days more than 100 Irishmen were killed during the Great War, but they are only now being recognised

The rather gloomy outlook of the Church meant that it was better equipped than most faiths to cope with the horrors of the First World War

Pope Francis (AP)

Pope speaks of children ‘deprived of hope’ in unscripted remarks to faithful

William Ness, 12th Yorkshire Parachute Battalion, pictured during a commemorative ceremony at Memorial Pegasus near Ouistreham, France (Photo: PA)

In message to French bishops Pope remembers soldiers who fought Nazism

Dutch Jesuit Father Frans van der Lugt who was killed in Syria in April (CNS)

Like Fr van der Lugt, Fr William Doyle made the ultimate sacrifice

A celebrated photograph taken by Ernest Brooks during the Battle of Broodseinde on October 4 1917

A peacemaker betrayed

When Pope Benedict XV tried to end the First World War British Catholics shunned him, says Fr Ashley Beck