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Cardinal Nichols (above) says any upsurge in racism after Brexit vote ‘must not be tolerated‘.

Pope Francis celebrates with Pope Emeritus Benedict as he marks 65 years as a priest.

European Catholic leaders fear Brexit threatens unity.

Departing UK ambassador to the Vatican reflects on five years at the Holy See.

SCIAF supporting Burundian refugees in Rwanda.

British singer to headline unique concert for Pope Francis.

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