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‘She’s in heaven‘ – Pope Francis on Mother Angelica (above.)

Ransom video demanding millions of dollars for Catholic priest kidnapped in Yemen ‘sent to Indian Government.’

One dead and one wounded in Congo attack against a vehicle of Caritas, the third in a year.

Polish Catholic Church calls for total abortion ban.

Former students end lawsuit against diocese in England.

Church leaders in Enniskillen, NI, have said they want to bring both sides of the community together to celebrate the 90th birthday of the Queen.

Supreme Court seeks new briefs in Little Sisters of the Poor case in the US.

More Catholic statue beheadings reported in Massachusetts in the US.

Turkey: Appeal for prayers as government confiscates five churches.


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