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Topic: Pope Francis

Pope Francis, as I hoped, will complete Pope Benedict’s unfinished encyclical: it will be a striking illustration of the hermeneutic of continuity

It would have been a kind of tragedy if this “strong document” had been privately published

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True Christians are able to turn the other cheek, says Pope

‘To live like this is not easy,’ says Holy Father, ‘because you really do receive slaps!’

The G8 should push for a ceasefire in Syria, Pope tells David Cameron

Francis calls for action on Syria ahead of G8 summit

The Gospel of Life is the ‘way to freedom’, says Pope Francis

Pope says lifestyles dictated by selfishness lead to slavery and death

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Cheerful news for a Friday: Catholic-Anglican relations are actually in good shape

ARCIC may have failed, but on the great moral issues of the day Catholics and Anglicans are on the same side

Archbishop of Canterbury meets Pope Francis for the first time

Pope Francis says Catholics and Anglicans must work together to defend marriage

Don’t boast of your record of service, Pope Francis urges priests

Clergy should be marked by a ‘strong humility’, Pontiff says at morning Mass

I was wrong and uncharitable to suggest that the Pope should not be meeting Archbishop Welby. But about our relationship with Anglicanism I got it right

Above all, ARCIC is the institutionalisation of the indifferentism which has so weakened faith in the parishes since the Sixties