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Topic: The Guardian

After the latest terrorist outrage, the international community must wake up and help the Kenyan people

The recent attack on the Jesus Joy Church, which left at least six people dead, is thought to be the work of Al-Shabaab

Cardinal-designate Nichols should have the prayers and support of us all: but his elevation is being misrepresented by some elements in the English Church

Some commentators even take it as meaning that Pope Francis would have been in favour of the Soho Masses

Lib Dem MP decided to quit after attending Jesuit retreat

Sarah Teather made her decision while on a month long retreat

Pope Francis has his own way of doing things: but that doesn’t mean he is reinventing the Catholic religion. If you’re worried, you should calm down: all is well

He prefers to communicate by means of discussion and conversation rather than preaching at people. But he never places the teachings of the church in any doubt

How Pope Francis fooled the Guardianistas

Despite the enthusiasm of the left wing media, the Pope is not abandoning the traditional battlements of Catholicism

Hysteria over paedophilia and child abduction does nothing to serve justice

The murder of an innocent man in Bristol illustrates how gossip and innuendo can have catastrophic results

Is Francis trying to be all popes to all men?

The Pope’s big interview is the biggest challenge yet to conservative Catholics

The Guardian’s praise of Pope Francis as the ‘un-Benedict’ reveals some odd thinking

Its editorial seems to regard vestments and traditional morality as the main obstacles to progress

The Guardian’s list of great online talks shows Catholics what we’re up against

The newspaper’s favourite talks are full of beliefs that are toxic and profoundly anti-Christian

Benedict XVI’s ‘mystical experience’ was nothing out of the ordinary. All Catholics can discover God’s will in prayer

Despite the excitement of the secular media, Benedict went through the same process as any other Christian when faced with a major decision