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All power to the Pope’s new academy for Latin. The Latin I learned at school has stayed with me forever

As the Pope says, the language is crucial for theologians. So much of St Augustine is lost in translation

Benedict XVI forced to cancel peace mission to Syria

Instead the Pope is giving £600,000 in aid and sending a cardinal to visit refugees in Lebanon

In message to Obama, Pope prays that liberty and justice will guide America

Pontiff congratulates US president on his re-election in a telegram that has not fully been made public

The Feast of All Saints prompts a deeper belief in eternal life, says Pope

The Pope has urged Catholics to deepen their belief in eternal life on the Feast of All Saints.

Christianity is not about doing good but making sense of life when sad, miserable sick or poor

A book of apologetics reminds me why that is the faith’s enduring strength

Pope names six new cardinals

It will be the smallest group of cardinals to be created at a consistory since 1977

Pope proclaims first ever Native American saint

St Kateri Tekakwitha was among seven new saints canonised yesterday in St Peter’s Square

Ignorance of faith risks creating cafeteria Catholics, says Pope

Benedict XVI urges faithful to become more familiar with the Nicene Creed

Pope’s homily on the opening of the Year of Faith

Challenge of Vatican II, he says, was to make ‘the truth and beauty of the faith shine out in our time’

Benedict XVI: ‘The documents of Vatican II are a compass for the life of the Church’

At his weekly general audience Pope Benedict XVI reflected on the importance of the Council