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Having conversations with Our Lady lowers stress-related health issues

Cardinal Antonio Cañizares said it was ‘morally unacceptable’ for nations to ‘claim independence unilaterally by their own will’

Fr Joseph Jiang sued the Survivors Network of Those Abused by Priests after abuse claims against him were dismissed

The archdiocese says the ban infringes its constitutional rights

But hardliners say they will protest if the Pope says or does anything ‘unexpected and unacceptable’

Cardinal Sergio da Rocha will take one of the most important roles in organising the synod

The Pope marked the first World Day of the Poor with a Mass attended by 6,000 poor and homeless people

Some 66,000 people fill stadium for beatification of Blessed Solanus Casey

Francis will visit the Buddhist-majority country later this month

In a message on WeChat officials said the Christians involved had ‘recognised their mistakes’