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Cardinal Nichols is right to make clear that stirring up xenophobia is utterly out of keeping with who we are

Everyday Saints and Other Stories recounts how a student and his friends turned to religion

The synod heard the story of a couple who were cruelly separated but remained faithful

The ceremony was attended by Catholic and Orthodox priests

Bishop Durcovici was starved to death in 1951

A Canadian couple are returning to the birthplace to fight the culture of death

Mgr Ghika, tortured to death at the age of 80, had ‘an ecumenical heart’

Mgr Vladimir Ghika died after three years of imprisonment

Reports suggest Margaret Thatcher will have a street in Madrid named after her.

Fr Alexis Tarasov says that sometimes talking and listening to someone is all it takes