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Thursday 28 September 2023 Dublin: 13°C

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Archbishop Martin says the Church should not be 'gagged'
But he added the Catholic Church in Ireland needs to learn that it cannot expect people to do as they are told.
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Here's a secret only the new pope will see...
The Vatileaks enquiry report will be for his eyes only.
Report: Pope decided to resign after internal report on adultery
La Repubblica says a report presented in December detailed breaches of the ‘sixth and seventh commandments’.
Column: So the Pope has joined Twitter. What will he learn there?
Social media is all about debate and dissent, writes Fr Tony Flannery – so perhaps it can teach the Vatican a lesson.
Vatican casts doubt on pardon for Pope's Butler as jail looms
Paolo Gabriele won’t appeal his conviction, and will go to prison – while a Vatican statement says his sentence is ‘just’.
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Pope's butler gets 18 months in jail for stealing secret Vatican documents
The butler said he had “acted out of visceral love for the Church of Christ and of its leader on earth”.
Former butler to Pope on trial over leaked documents
Vatican judges have refused to admit key evidence in the trial and Gabriele’s hearing has been fixed for Tuesday.
Vatileaks: Pope's butler to stand trial tomorrow - but may be pardoned
Vatican watchers believe that Pope Benedict could pardon Paolo Gabriele for leaking sensitive papers to a journalist.
Pope's butler to stand trial over Vatileaks scandal
Paolo Gabriele is accused of stealing secret documents and leaking them to the press.
Pope speaks of human weakness in sinful church
The pontiff described the “destructive power of evil” affecting the Church as the Vatican battles a series of scandals.
Vatican hires Fox News journalist to improve communications strategy
Greg Burke has likened his new role to that of the White House communications advisor.
Vatican number two: Many journalists try to imitate Dan Brown
Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone has taken issue with the media’s coverage of the ongoing Vatileaks scandal drawing comparisons with the controversial fiction author Dan Brown.
A butler, a cardinal and the Pope: Vatileaks scandal deepens
There may be jobs lost and careers ruined as Italian media implicates a cardinal in the ongoing investigation.
Vatican launches rare criminal probe into leaks
The Vatican is investigating the leak of confidential documents that allege corruption and financial mismanagement among Holy See officials.