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The latest Catholic news

Number of abortions in Scotland up for first time in three years.

British religious leaders: Vote to stay in EU.

International Children’s Day: Pope Francis asks for prayers for young Syrians.

Church needs courageous women like Mary (above), Pontiff says.

The Vatican is continuing its focus on the ministry of deacons with a new Handbook for the Diaconate.

SPORT
Pope’s advice to FIFA president: ‘Clear paths, put things back in order and honesty.’

Vatican cricket team adds interreligious relations to UK tour.

 

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