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Mary O’Regan profiles 10 Catholics who are quietly using their talents in the service of others in an astonishing variety of fields

The cardinal was told that speaking at a conference organised by orthodox group Pro Ecclesia et Pontifice would be divisive

Moses spoke with God as if he were speaking to a friend, Pope says at general audience

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Benedict XVI tells Caritas general assembly that charity must be guided by the teaching of the Church

Caritas Internationalis has elected its new Secretary General for the next four years

The institute’s first ever church in England and Wales will be a centre for traditional sacraments

After being closed for a year for a £3million renovation, St Patrick’s Soho Square emerges from the rubble ready for the New Evangelisation

Vatican advises Archbishop of Liverpool not to allow ordination service at Catholic cathedral

US and British diplomats feared that the Pope’s criticism of German and Russian war crimes could threaten a fragile alliance