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The latest Catholic news

Vatican secretary of state (above) acknowledges Vatican ‘could be a target’ of Islamist attacks.

US archbishop renews call to welcome refugees.

US Catholic bishops revise voter guide after debate over ‘Pope Francis agenda.’

Pope to celebrate Mass of Our Lady of Guadalupe.

Cardinal  João Braz de Aviz: Pope telling clergy to ‘lower themselves,’ forget money.

Hate crimes against Christians are underreported, Vatican representative tells OSCE.

Holy door at St Peters Basilica unveiled for Jubilee of Mercy.

COMMENT

Alastair Dutton: Climate change is a still a hot topic for Paris summit.

AND FINALLY

Pope answers letters from young people in new book.

 

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