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Topic: First World War

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The fight to honour Ireland’s heroes of the First World War

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

Why Catholicism’s credibility survived the Great War

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 in emotional plea for peace

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

D-Day landings: Pope pays tribute to ‘heavy sacrifice’ of soldiers

In message to French bishops Pope remembers soldiers who fought Nazism

From the First World War to Syria, the unending heroism of the Catholic priest

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

A peacemaker betrayed

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

Who was to blame for the First World War?

A new book looks at the many culprits who caused the catastrophe

When Christ lay dying on the battlefield

Nick Dunne visits a humble roadside shrine near the trenches of Passchendaele built to house an extraordinary image of Christ crucified