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Pope Francis condemns Brussels terror attacks. ‘Good Friday came early—Catholic bishops mourn Brussels attacks.

Strangers donate thousands to murdered Catholic schoolgirl (above) Paige Doherty‘s tribute page to pay for her funeral

Pope to wash feet of refugees in first official application of new Holy Thursday law on gender.

Members of US Congress speak up for Little Sisters before big day in court. Inside the Catholic nursing home at the centre of a contentious case.

Vatican: World must do more to stop arms trade in Africa.

Churches targeted in South Sudan’s civil war.

Record number of pilgrimages to Fatima in 2015.

Peace campaigners walk Way of the Cross through Manhattan, New York in the US.


Edinburgh University’s famous library cat, owned by friars at the university’s Catholic Dominican chaplaincy,  is ‘missing.’


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