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Pope Francis (above) post-synodal document to focus on ‘dialogue.’

Teacher to appear at Glasgow High Court over historic sexual abuse at St Ninian’s School in Falkland, Fife.

Reports state 2.7 million have fled homes because of Boko Haram, new report says.

Caritas official urges Burundi government not to threaten Church.

Pope writes preface to book about Trappist monks slain in Algeria.

Holy Father meets with support group for the divorced.

AND FINALLY

Five-year-old girl from US meets Pope, gets blessing for failing eyesight.

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