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We really ought to vote on 4th July, but for Catholics that’s no easy task

Whoever or whatever you are, cringeworthy moments are simply a hazard of life that can happen to the best

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Jersey edges nearer to legalised state-sponsored euthanasia

Parliamentarians in Jersey have pushed forward plans to legalise assisted suicide and euthanasia on the island. State Members have

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All welcome to attend Rosary Rally in Knock inspired by Father Peyton

On Saturday 1 June the annual All Ireland Rosary Rally is scheduled to take place at the International Eucharistic

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Northumberland primary pupils delighted with their sensory garden project

Green-fingered youngsters in a Northumberland have been transforming the grounds of their school, with the introduction of a new

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Papal Nuncio set for first visit to Diocese of East Anglia

After just over 12 months in the role, the Papal Nuncio to Great Britain, His Excellency Archbishop Miguel Maury

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Pope clears path for canonisation of Blessed Carlo Acutis after miracle recognised

Cardinal Marcello Semeraro, Prefect of the Dicastery for the Causes of Saints, met yesterday (23rd May) with Pope Francis,

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Pope to Jesuit educators: Always put the person at the centre of school life

  Pope Francis met today (24th May) with the International Commission on the Apostolate of Education of the Society

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Award winning war artist lauches Child of War exhibition at Ukrainian Catholic cathedral

Award winning war artist Arabella Dorman this week opened a major new exhibition at the Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral in

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Downside School team nails gruelling Ten Tots Challenge across north of Dartmoor

A top Catholic independent school is celebrating after a team of its pupils conquered the gruelling Ten Tors Challenge.

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Catholic Bishops of England & Wales release document on arms control and disarmament

A new document on disarmament and the ethical use of weapons has been released by the International Affairs department

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Leeds Trinity Professor gathers 60 award-winning poets to write about different art forms

Oz Hardwick, Professor of Creative Writing at Leeds Trinity University, invited 60 acclaimed poets from around the world to

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Vatican’s new norms on alleged supernatural phenomena reveal fine line between belief and delusion

When it comes to the interaction between the divine and the ordinary in the human Catholic experience, it’s generally

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