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Pope Francis calls for efforts by UN Humanitarian Summit to end ‘suffering.’

Children to return to St Peter’s Primary, Edinburgh, after safety fears.

Catholic Church better at retaining faithful than other churches, study finds.

Turkish Cypriot side restricts Orthodox church services in north.

Missile attack on Franciscan school in Aleppo, Syria.

Three lies you might believe about the Catholic Church… and how to correct them.

AND FINALLY
Gabriel Byrne to play a pope in hit Netflix series.

 

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