Prosecutors expect more people to come forward with allegations of abuse
'Let us allow ourselves to be challenged by the children who are not allowed to be born'
Judges say the term 'homosexual' no longer has 'an intrinsically offensive meaning'
Diocese of Oslo faces accusations of adding immigrants with Catholic names to member list without their knowledge
Ashes must now be kept in a 'sacred places' such as a cemetery
'We will strive to ensure that even in pregnancies when a child is sure to die, strongly deformed, women end up giving birth so that the child can be baptised, buried, and have a name,' Jaroslaw Kaczynski says
Father Jacques Hamel does not need to be associated with miracles in order to be canonised as he is recognised as a martyr
The Pontiff said 'we have to defend ourselves from ideological colonisation'
Despite being widely revered as one of the holiest people of the 20th century, her legacy has been called into question by several critics
Mother Teresa is about to become a saint, despite accusations of ‘religious fundamentalism’ and criticisms of the medical care her order gave to the sick
The funds would go to restoring a massive pipe organ held together with 'tape and string'
The crimes allegedly took place over a period from 1972 to 1986
Exclusive interview: Morena Herrera has suffered death threats and slander, but she will not stop
Victims have long accused bishops of covering up for abuse, moving rapists from parish to parish rather than reporting them to police
They took their case to the courts in Massachusetts and to the Vatican too, but to no avail
'We must protect our minors and severely punish abusers'