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Saturday, 26 of April 2014, the first centre exclusively dedicated to Migrant work has been inaugurated by Latin Patriarch Fuad Twal. The centre Our Lady of Valor in Southern Tel Aviv serves the Needs of the Migrant community in Israel consisting of Catholic guest workers and asylum seekers.

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Pope Francis: Love of money is idolatry.

Patriarch Twal (above) on synod: We agree: mercy without forgetting doctrine.

50-50 policy could be reintroduced as PSNI battles to attract Catholics to police force in Northern Ireland.

New Catholic Church statistics reveal cultural shift away from ordination.

Key Indian cardinal speaks about Catholics with same-sex attractions.


Kevin McKenna: Why are traditional Christian views on abortion met with intolerance and hostility?

The National View: We should not shy away from debate on abortion law


Catholic priest’s faithful dog calms parishioners and sparks theological debate.

Wake Up! Pope Francis has a new album coming out.

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