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Artefacts are on loan to the Museum of Scotland for a new exhibition about Bonnie Prince Charlie and the Jacobites

David Daleiden and Sandra Merritt faced charges for recording Planned Parenthood executives without their consent

The Conservative pledge to remove the faith admissions cap on new schools was omitted from the Queen’s Speech

Ignacio Echeverria received a gold medal from Spain’s Dignity and Justice, a support group for terror victims

The consecration by Cardinal Rai will take place at Fatima on Sunday

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The organiser of the blood collection drive said ‘the best gift is to help save or extend somebody’s life’

Libero Milone was hired in June 2015 as the first ever person to hold the position

Priests have accused the government of ‘aiding and abetting those who intentionally violate laws, cause hatred and divide Catholics from others’

After the Council, the Church thought it was better to ‘redeem’ abuser priests than to punish them, Mgr Peter Smith claimed