David Cameron's Christian Britain, Lech Walesa on JPII


Inequality and hope in South Africa, Gerry Adams arrested, Pope conspiracy play is a fizzer, White House blog on canonisations, Irish church-state relations, Sth Sudan headed for famine, job angels of Italy.

Lech Walesa: St John Paul II is torch to light our future (Zenit)

Reflections on the Canonization of Pope John XXIII and Pope John Paul II (The White House Blog)

Tens of thousands travel to southern Poland to celebrate St. John Paul (The Catholic Weekly)

Council of Cardinals meets in Vatican (Vatican Radio)

Church-State bond now 'healthier', says Irish Prime Minister (The Irish Times)

Taoiseach invites Pope Francis to Ireland (The Irish Times)

Prime Minister Cameron: My faith in the Church of England (Church Times)

David Cameron's Christian Britain (The American Spectator)

Clegg reveals his openness to faith (The Tablet)

Faith that makes a difference (The Tablet)

UK teacher stabbing: Floral tributes show generations of love (The New Zealand Herald)

Northern Irish bishops write letter to Assembly members opposing same-sex marriage (The Tablet)

Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams arrested over 1972 killing (The Globe and Mail)

The Last Confession: A mystery that could have used an Agatha Christie touch (The Globe and Mail)

Formula One chaplain presides over memorial mass for Senna and Ratzenberger (The Globe and Mail)

Italy: Business angels fund startups, bring hope to jobless youth (Vatican Radio)

Archbishop Slattery: inequality and hope in South Africa 20 years on (Vatican Radio)

South Sudan faces risk of "very bad" famine and no early end to conflict (Vatican Radio)

Dominican Sisters at Sessions of the Commission on the Status of Women, New York (Dominican Sisters)

International conference in Malta on religious freedom (The Times of Malta)

Les évêques de Terre sainte « inquiets » des attaques contre les chrétiens (La Croix)

Génération Paul VI, génération invisible ? (La Croix)

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