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The cardinal said there was a tradition of issuing a formal correction if a Pope is in error

The cardinals have taken the unusual step of publicly requesting clarification on Communion and the moral law

Melbourne’s John Paul II Institute is being shut down unexpectedly – the ramifications extend far beyond Australia

Christopher Hale said many people were involved in founding CACG, but its only current aim is ‘to promote the social teaching of the Church’

When the terrorist group attacked his diocese, a Nigerian bishop launched a spiritual fightback. Dan Hitchens meets him

Bishop Oliver Dashe Doeme of Maiduguri said the terrorist group have been pushed back

The Church’s teaching has been consistent from the early Church to modern Popes. Last week’s events didn’t change it

The canon lawyer Kurt Martens said that Amoris Laetitia had to be interpreted in line with previous Church teaching

The annual awards honour women who have ‘made an outstanding contribution’ to the Church in Britain

A backlash has begun – but it’s the manufacturers, not the players, who are being blamed