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Politicians have complained to health secretary Jeremy Hunt over the move (PA)

MP says Britain risks ‘isolating itself from the rest of the world’

Jan Graffius shows Cardinal McCarrick the-Crucifix of St Thomas More

Lord Nicholas Windsor and Lord Alton of Liverpool attend Mass celebrated by Cardinal McCarrick

Benedict Rogers is received into the Church in Rangoon, Burma.

Human rights activist Benedict Rogers explains how he realised that his true home was in the Catholic Church

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un

Sixty years of on-off engagement has pushed the region to the brink of war

Phyllis Bowman, right, with Ann Widdecombe

British Catholics mourn ‘leading light of the global pro-life movement’

Professors from Milan and Oxford argue that 'foetuses and newborns do not have the same moral status as actual persons' (PA photo)

A leading British medical journal publishes article calling for the introduction of ‘after-birth abortion’

Content will now be available for free online

The magazine, founded in 1991, provided honest coverage of the Church’s problems but also showed its life and vigour

Crossbench peer says the Blessed’s words encourage him

Youcef Nadarkhani was given a death sentence for converting to Christianity

Spokesman for Bishops of England and Wales says Holy See officials are working through ‘diplomatic channels’

Members of the Tyburn Community pictured with (left to right) Abbot Cuthbert Johnson OSB, chaplain, 
Lord Alton of Liverpool, the vice-delegate, and Anthony Bailey, delegate for Great Britain and Ireland

Sung Mass celebrated for Irish and British members of the Constantinian Order of St George