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A piano teacher with no theological training has found unlikely fame – and plenty of critics – after his defence of Amoris Laetitia

William of Orange’s baton, lost during the 16th-century Dutch War of Independence, had been housed in a Jesuit convent in Spain

Sister Agnes Walsh’s heroism has long been overlooked – her own family learned the full story only last year

Fr John Luke Gregory said Syrians were seeking to return to ordinary life

The martyr, who was assassinated while celebrating Mass, is suggested as patron saint at WYD to be held in Panama

Blessed Mary Elizabeth saved the lives of more than 60 people

The Pope tells Lutheran woman to ‘talk to the Lord’ in discerning whether or not to participate in Communion

Cardinal says process can only be shortened with the explicit consent of both parties

Denial of visas to Vatican officials comes amid heightened tensions over ‘re-conversion’ ceremonies

Archbishop Longley says Catholic life is ‘missing something’ without it