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The latest Catholic news

Papal award for Blairs Museum manager.

Muslim mob attacks Christian homes in Egypt.

US dioceses and religious orders have paid out more than $3 billion in damages related to abuse cases since 2004.

Two board members resign from Vatican bank.

Mexican bishop appalled at kidnapping during Mass.

Cardinal Vincent Nichols and the Archbishop of Canterbury to take part in Facebook Q&A on Friday.

Colombian priest in Cameroon talks about evangelising through football.

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