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Reforming the Curia is not Pope Francis’s principal task

Change at the Vatican will follow as the Pontiff’s implements his vision of ‘a poor Church for the poor’

Catholics should be more like Michael Coren and less like Joe Biden

The British Canadian writer is unapologetic about his faith and we should follow his lead

Pope Francis will keep to predecessor’s Year of Faith schedule

Programme of liturgical celebrations for April and May released

Complaining too often can distance us from Jesus, says Pope Francis

The Pontiff says moaning “dashes hope”

Print Edition 5.4.13

This week’s issue of The Catholic Herald features an extract from Cardinal Donald Wuerl’s new book, The Church: Unlocking to the Places Catholics Call Home, in which he poses the question, should churches be sold off to raise funds for the poor? Elsewhere in the paper, Fr Alexander Lucie-Smith advises on the best way to […]

Pope Francis highlights role of women in the Church

The Pontiff has called on women to be messengers of faith and hope

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A daily guide to what’s happening in the Catholic Church

After his surprise election, Pope Francis must maintain momentum to reform the Curia

The Pontiff’s ‘Italian identity’ and a wise choice of Secretary of State will help bring about change at the Vatican

Full text of Pope Francis’s Wednesday General Audience

Pope emphasises fundamental role of women in the Church

Pope Francis and the Archbishop of Canterbury must not be afraid to argue

The ecumenical process will be enlivened by the Pontiff and archbishop having some spirited rows