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The sorrow and pain is great. The stories of heroic deeds of rescuers and ordinary people are great, too.

Ignatian spirituality, like all good Christian spirituality, is both a “calling” and a “sending.”

The quake left at least 120 people dead, including many children, and obliterated mountain villages.

“If a person comes from behind and he shoots someone dead and he does not ask for watches, he does not ask for money, what is it? If it is not a hate crime, what would it be?”

The new domain, .catholic, will only be available to institutions approved by the Vatican.

Questions remain over whether these new Olympic heights filter down to the grassroots or encourage British kids to be fitter, healthier or more virtuous.

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Alfonse Borysewicz on the importance of creating Catholic art.

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