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Pope Francis sends message of solidarity to Ethiopian Patriarch after killing of Ethiopian Christians in Libya.

Coptic Bishop Antonios Aziz Mina speaks after Ethiopian Christians are massacred.

Bishop Lang on atrocity committed against Ethiopian Christians in Libya.

Archbishop of Canterbury, Bishop Patrick Lynch, who speaks on migration for  he Catholic Church in England and Wales, react to migrants drowning.

Pope condemns resurgence of European anti-Semitism.

UN chief to address Vatican climate change summit.

September 23 Canonisation set for Blessed Junipero Serra; Vatican rejects complaints of racism.

A communications official with Catholic Relief Services said that the organisation is aware that one of their vice presidential employees is in a same-sex civil marriage, and is in deliberations about it.

A Dutch Catholic priest who filmed himself watching the second trailer for the upcoming addition to the Star Wars saga for the first time is clearly a big fan. (Video).


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