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The latest Catholic news

Pope audience: Appeals for Ukraine and Ecuador.

Genocide declaration would save lives: UK Coptic bishop enters the debate over ISIS atrocities.

Northern Ireland: Prelate discusses poverty, abortion with political leaders.

In letter to CDF, theologians and bishops call for reform of Vatican doctrinal investigations.

Abuse suspect priest Fr Ernest Sands found dead.

Canadian religious leaders lament assisted suicide

China: Catholic priests missing; woman killed in church demolition.

AND FINALLY

Polish bishop confirms Eucharistic miracle.

 

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