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Bishop John Keenan of Paisely was installed last night in St Mirrin’s Cathedral, consecrated by (from left) Bishop Emeritus John Mone, Archbishop Philip Tartaglia and Archbishop Leo Cushley. Pic by Paul McSherry

Brazilian and Canadian Church pioneers to be made saints.

Pope Francis plants virtual olive tree for peace.

Holy Father tells steel workers that work is essential to human dignity.

Vatican Library reveals new digitisation plan.

The Church will not ‘change her teaching on marriage‘, senior Cardinal warns.

Crimea crisis, puts Europe in its ‘most difficult foreign policy situation’ in decades, COMECE bishops told.

Vandals deface famous French Bascillica.

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