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Catholic League outside the Empire State Building in New York rallying in support of Mother Teresa. (AP Photo/Diane Bondareff)

She did not leave her room for 24 hours when Mother Teresa told her she wanted to be a missionary

Mother Teresa prays at the Missionaries of Charity in East Beirut (Photo: AP)

For long periods Mother Teresa perceived God’s seeming absence. But even in her most tortured moments she showed a trust in the will of God

Tributes at the city hall entrance close to the home of Father Jacques Hamel (AP)

Fr Hamel told his parishioners to aim for sanctity, pointing to the example of the Martin family

Blessed Elizabeth of the Trinity

Blessed Elizabeth of the Trinity, who died in 1906, is likely to be declared a saint this year

Mother Angelica: a far-sighted pioneer (CNS)

Mother Angelica, who has received miraculous cures before, has a long history of placing her faith in Baby Jesus

Cardinal George Pell, prefect of the Vatican Secretariat for the Economy (CNS)

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

A discarded Christmas tree left on the streets of Battersea, London (Photo: PA)

Praying, offering up our sufferings and doing our best to socialise may help us through

Cardinal Wuerl celebrates Mass in San Pietro in Vincoli Basilica in Rome (AP)

Cardinal Wuerl says politicians, the media and even Christians have remained silent about persecution of the faithful

Pope Francis arrives to celebrate the closing Mass of the Synod of Bishops on the family in St Peter's Basilica at the Vatican October 25 (CNS photo/Paul Haring)

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

Ross Douthat is a columnist for the New York Times (AP)

The journalist can draw solace from St Bernadette, who refused to stay silent in the face of opposition