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The pseudonymous ‘Marcantonio Colonna’ claims Pope Francis has seen a shortlist of six possible authors

The anonymous book makes unproven claims. But some of its analysis is uncomfortably plausible

The Pope has given official approval to a document by the Buenos Aires bishops. That won’t necessarily change what Catholics believe

Katarzyna Jachimowicz was fired after refusing to provide devices which can cause abortion

Our schools are under pressure to accept radical new ideas. Will they succumb?

At a press conference, bishops discussed schools law, Amoris Laetitia, liturgical translation and next year’s Vatican synod

Andrea Grillo said he was ‘not part of any Vatican commission’

Around 15 students shouted ‘at top volume’ to disrupt an event on Ireland’s abortion referendum

The ‘Beer-nedict XVI’ wheat beer was unveiled at a conference in Ohio

Some of the Pope’s most influential associates back married priests – as well as women priests