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Cardinal Kurt Koch, president of the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity, has made his first official visit to the World Council of Churches.
The Catholic Church is seriously, possibly terminally ill and only an honest diagnosis and radical therapy will cure it, says a leading theologian.
The Catholic Bishop of Brentwood, in his address for the Mass for Migrants on 2 May 2011 highlights the Christian contribution to campaigns for migration justice and a Living Wage, urging all people of good will to stand in solidarity with them.
Over 2,000 migrants living and working in London are attending a special Mass for Migrants, celebrated at Southwark Catholic Cathedral on 2 May 2011.
Polish Catholics say the beatification should make people "examine their consciences," and gain courage "to give up egoistic attitudes and behaviour."
In his Easter Sunday homily, the Catholic Archbishop of Westminster, has encouraged people to celebrate life while tackling injustice and death.
'Big Society' rhetoric is toothless and may be used to wash ministerial hands of responsibility for the impact of cuts, the Archbishop of Westminster has said.
Scottish Catholic Cardinal Keith O'Brien has urged the British Government to give up its “shameful” nuclear weapons programme.
An official feast day, or day of commemoration, for the late Pope John Paul II will be held each year on 22 October, the Vatican has announced.
Many of Australia's 3,000 active and retired Catholic priests are critical of their bishops, feeling constrained and poorly managed, a survey suggests.
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