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Bishop calls for canonisation of ‘Mother Teresa of Manchester’

She was an “educational pioneer” who founded schools for the industrialised poor and refuges for factory girls as she “dedicated her life to the service of the most abandoned”, said Bishop Davies.


No bones about it: Archaeologists convinced remains are those of Britain’s first abbess

"It is remarkable that we can place Folkestone’s patron saint in the very church that bears her name," says Dr Andrew Richardson of the Finding Eanswythe Project.


Bishop Nulty opens Blessed John Sullivan exhibit

“John Sullivan didn’t do pomp and ceremony; he is, after all, a People’s Saint,” said Bishop Denis Nulty.


Pope Paul VI and Archbishop Romero to be canonised in October

Paul VI implemented the changes made by the Second Vatican Council; Oscar Romero was its first martyr.


Mother Kevin: a cause for celebration

The Irish woman’s greatest legacy is the Congregation of the Little Sisters of St Francis, which has more than 550 members in Africa today.


Seven new saints for the Church

Three of the new saints are from the Spanish speaking world, while two are French and two are Italian. Two of the new saints are martyrs.


Godfather actor backs film on Padre Pio

Actor and producer Joe Mantegna's new film will be an in-depth look at Padre Pio’s life and his struggles between faith and doubt, spirituality and scepticism.


British convert and foundress declared Venerable

Mother Mary Veronica of the Passion founded the Sisters of the Apostolic Carmel, a Discalced Carmelite Third Order for women based in India.


Pope Francis warns against poison of gossip

Pontiff warns gossip can kill because it kills the reputation of the person.

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