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The head of the Secretariat for Communications resigned following controversy over a redacted letter from Benedict XVI

Bishop Jose Ronaldo and four priests were arrested for diverting donations and party funds worth about $600,000

The Pope will attend the world meeting of families during his visit

A California law forces the centres to advertise abortions

The bill would give the state the most restrictive abortion law in America

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Cardinal Gianfranco Ravasi, who unveiled the plans, has frequently condemned modern churches as ugly and inhospitable to prayer

The Pope will also visit sick inmates in the prison infirmary

Around 80 people joined the ‘London Irish United for Life’ group in calling for Ireland to keep the Eighth Amendment

The performance of Sir James MacMillan’s Stabat Mater by British choir The Sixteen will take place on April 22