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David Haines, the British aid worker killed by ISIS

30 countries pledge to combat ISIS “by all means necessary”

Steven Sotloff (CNS)

Francis ‘deeply saddened’ by murder of US journalist by Islamic State

Iraqi Shiite Turkmens, mostly women and children, try to board an Iraqi Army helicopter aid flight bringing in supplies to Amirli, a town that has been completely surrounded by militants with the Islamic State group (PA)

Islamic State is seeking to bully the world

In the land of IS, terror is once again the order of the day

Pope Francis is caught by a gust of wind at today's audience (AP)

Today’s Catholic must-reads: 27/08/14

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Bishop Peter Libasci addresses mourners at Our Lady of the Holy Rosary Catholic church during a special Mass for  James Foley (PA)

‘I can touch you even in this darkness when I pray,’ wrote murdered American journalist to his family

Cardinal Reinhard Marx: 'I know the Islamic State is not Islam' (AP)

Morning Catholic must-reads: 26/08/14

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Priest demonstrates the use of the priest hole during the Tudor era (CNS)

Owen shows that sanctity has nothing to do with social status or educational attainments

A man walks past a sign in James Foley's hometown of Rochester (CNS)

Pontiff consoles family in Rochester, New Hampshire, after killing by Islamists

Obama speaks about the death of James Foley (PA)

American forces have conducted 14 new strikes since Tuesday

James Foley (CNS)

Before Diane and John Foley had confirmation that their son was missing, his mother said that she just felt it