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The Tablet is a weekly Catholic journal which has been reporting on events of significance for 175 years
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Damian Hinds is able to remove the faith cap at the stroke of his pen – no parliamentary vote is required. The political fallout if he presses ahead with his plan to remove the cap will be observed with keen interest Julia Langdon reports
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Family of Asia Bibi, on death row in Pakistan, appeal to Pope Francis for help as the Colosseum is lit red for perscuted Christians. reports from Rome.
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The Tablet Feb 23
Why, when it comes to aid, are some people so determined to throw the baby out with the bathwater? Last year provided emergency support for 8.6 million people hit by conflict and natural disaster. Surely that is worth preserving. reports
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ArchdioceseBaltimore Feb 23
The message in Abp. Lori's NEW pastoral letter is so striking it made it across the pond 🇬🇧 Thanks, !
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The Tablet Feb 23
Number of exorcisms in Italy triples
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The Tablet Feb 23
Let them not eat cake: Clifford Longley pens an open letter to Boris Johnson
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The Tablet Feb 23
Communion for couples in ‘mixed marriages’ possible in individual cases, German bishops rule
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The Tablet Feb 23
Bishop Lang: Ghouta bombardment 'grievous offence to our common humanity'
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The Tablet Feb 23
eceiving communion on the hand is part of 'diabolical attack' on the Church, says Sarah
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The Tablet Feb 23
Cardinal Nichols pledges support to day of prayer for DRC and South Sudan
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The Tablet Feb 23
Leading Vatican observer claims ‘Francis revolution almost over’
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The Tablet Feb 22
Christopher Lamb reflects on Pope Francis' recent revelation that Paul will be declared a saint this year, 50 years after the publication of Humanae Vitae. Is a re-evaluation taking place in Rome of this encyclical?
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The Tablet Feb 22
For Lent 2, the personal story of a time in the 'desert' and the discovery of a place of safety is told by Richard Keegan-Bull, who lives in community in London. And he also describes the power of the moment Jean Vanier met the Queen.
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The Tablet Feb 22
The principles of non-violence advocated by Dr Martin Luther King are now 'more necessary than ever', according to the Archbishop of Baltimore William E Lori, in a pastoral letter issued in advance of the 50th anniversary of the assassination.
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The Tablet Feb 22
Nearly half of all Catholic dioceses in England have no immediate plans to build new schools should the current “faith cap” on admissions be lifted, while a further five are monitoring demand, a survey conducted by The Tablet has found.
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The Tablet Feb 22
Friday 23, 4pm: Christopher Lamb will be live on Facebook with Delia Gallagher, CNN's Vatican correspondent, to discuss five years of Pope Francis and reporting on the papacy for one of the world's major broadcasters.
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The Tablet Feb 22
Trust in the Catholic Church has been 'broken', says top nun The Church has to change a “deep-seated culture” that resists accountability when dealing with clerical sexual abuse, says new member of Pope's child protection body. reports
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The Tablet Feb 21
Archbishop Scicluna hospitalised in Chile
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The Tablet Feb 21
US evangelist dies aged 99 📸 PA images
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The Tablet Feb 21
Political activism is seeking to exclude religion from the public domain, according to the Bishop of Portsmouth, Philip Egan. He also said it is urgent to argue the case for theology in a university, and for religious education in schools.
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