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The latest Catholic news

Lord David Alton of Liverpool (above): RCM’s call for abortion up to birth ‘a complete travesty.’

Going to church ‘could help women live longer.’

Pope Francis hails election of Sadiq Khan as mayor of London.

JRS UK to expand refugee hosting scheme.

Pope: Condolences for passing of Cardinal Coppa.

Chaldean Patriarch begs for end to attacks in Baghdad.

The frescoes in the ancient church of Trabzon in Turkey destroyed, transformed into a mosque.

Vatileaks trial: Defendant’s husband handled computer server.

AND FINALLY

Online Baptism to be considered by Church of Scotland.

 

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