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Employers can provide paternity rights, say Christian Dads charity

The government say workplace paternity rights must be altered to better reflect the realities of parental responsibilities in the 21st century.

Pope tells youth to take risks to grow the Catholic Church

Pope Francis has told young Catholics to take risks in order to help boost membership of the Catholic Church.

Stephen Hawking's ashes to be kept at Westminster Abbey

The ashes of Professor Stephen Hawking will be interred at Westminster Abbey near the grave of Sir Isaac Newton during a thanksgiving service later this year, a spokesman for the abbey said.

Christian charities join forces to fill holiday hunger gap

Two Christian charities have united in a bid to tackle school holiday hunger.

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