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Pope Francis invokes St John Paul II (above) ahead of Fatima feast.

Pope Francis calls for ‘prayer and dialogue’ in Brazil as country faces political unrest.

The Patriarch of Moscow: ‘The fight against terrorism is a Holy war.’

‘Onwards! Onwards! Onwards!’ Pope tells Mary’s Meals founder.

Annual Glasgow West End Deanery Blessed Sacrament Procession for the feast of Corpus Christi will take place on May 29.

St Ninian’s High School, Giffnock, shortlisted for Times Education Supplement award.

Vatican bank releases annual report for 2015 with roundtable event

‘Why is the Catholic system not delivering what it should?’ asks Irish Archbishop Diarmuid Martin.

The amazing promise of adult stem cell, and how the Church supports it.


Mary statue in California in the US appears to weep miraculous tears,


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