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The latest Catholic and inter-faith news

Vatican offers homeless new mother a place to live after she gives birth.

The Vatican wants Britain to stay in the EU.

PopeFrancis receives official invitation to visit Rome mosque.

Pope holds audience with those involved in pilgrimage work around the world.

Archbishop Tartaglia : (above) invites parents, teachers, students and clergy to open education forum in Dundee on March 5.

Everyone deserves a birthday:’ Catholic university students to lead March for Life.

Catholic education equips students for a pluralist Ireland.

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What does the future hold for ecumenical relations?

AND FINALLY

Ave Maria—Palestinian short film nominated for Oscar.

 

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