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B. 2017-05-11 Pope Francis on special trip to Portugal's Fatima shrine Cova da Iria, Fátima, Portugal
C. 2016-07-29 Pope Francis prays in silence at former Auschwitz-Birkenau camp Auschwitz, Poland
D. 2016-05-28 Vladimir Putin visits Mount Athos, all-male Orthodox enclave Mount Athos, Greece
2016-04-16 Pope returns from Greece with 12 migrants Lesbos, Greece
F. 2016-04-04 Air France headscarf row: Airline lets crew skip new Tehran route Paris
G. 2015-10-17 Pope to canonise French couple Vatican
H. 2015-10-03 Vatican acts after Polish priest reveals homosexuality Vatican
I. 2015-09-05 Assisted dying: Archbishop urges MPs to reject bill England
J. 2015-07-05 Princess Charlotte is christened at a Sandringham church Sandringham, England

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Pope returns from Greece with 12 migrants Pope says 'sorry' for Irish church abuse. Vatican Dutch MP posts Islam film on web. Netherlands   Muslims blast pope's Islam speech  Arab Countries: Muslim leaders have condemned Benedict over comments he made about Islam in Germany and demanded he apologize   Ratzinger elected as new Pope


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May.11  Pope Francis on special trip to Portugal's Fatima shrine


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Jul.29  Pope Francis prays in silence at former Auschwitz-Birkenau camp
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Oct.3  Vatican acts after Polish priest reveals homosexuality
May.23  Church needs 'reality check' after Ireland's gay vote
Apr.18  Pope thanks Italy for migrant rescue effort
Jan.5  Pegida protests: Rallies over 'Islamisation'


year 2014 Top ^

Jun.21  Pope Francis attacks 'evil' mafia in 'Ndrangheta base
Apr.18  Pope Francis prays for abandoned in Good Friday service


year 2013 Top ^

Mar.28  Pope Francis washes youths' feet
Mar.23  Pope Francis meets his predecessor
Feb.25  Archbishop resigns amid abuse claims
Feb.24  Pope delivers final public blessing


year 2012 Top ^

Sep.1  Church 200 years behind - top cardinal
Jun.4  Service to wrap up Jubilee events


year 2011 Top ^

Apr.10  French veil curbs come into force


year 2010 Top ^

Nov.7  Pope consecrates Gaudi's Sagrada Familia
Sep.16  Thousands attend Mass in Glasgow
 Pope: Abuse cases a 'shock'
Sep.14  French senate approves burqa ban
Jun.29  Italy to fight for crucifixes in classrooms
Jun.27  Pope deplores Belgian 'sex abuse' raids
Jun.24  Belgian Catholic offices raided in sex probe
Mar.24  Pope accepts resignation of Irish bishop
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Mar.17  Cardinal apologizes for child abuse failures


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Nov.26  Irish Church accused of abuse cover-up
Nov.21  Archbishop of Canterbury, Pope agree
Jun.22  Sarkozy speaks out against burka
May.20  Abuse 'endemic' at Catholic institutions
Apr.28  Pope visits quake zone
Feb.19  Argentina expels Holocaust bishop
Feb.7  Bishops: 'No room' for Holocaust denier


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Nov.30  Protesters: Execute teacher
Jan.7  Archbishop of Warsaw quits amid row


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Nov.17  Netherlands to propose burqa ban
Sep.25  Pope: My respect for Muslims
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May.28  Pope meets Auschwitz survivors
Apr.16  Benedict leads first Easter Mass as pope


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Dec.29  Row deepens over Danish cartoons
Dec.24  Pope leads his first Christmas service
Aug.18  Rapturous German welcome for Pope
May.13  Pope seeks to beatify John Paul
Apr.19
  Vatican: 78-year-old German cardinal Joseph Ratzinger is taking the name Pope Benedict XVI.    The College of Cardinals took only 2 days to choose the successor to John Paul II. The crowd clapped as the smoke billowed over Vatican City and waited for the ringin...
Apr.18  No pope chosen in first vote Apr.17  Cardinals gather to choose pope Apr.8 Pope John Paul II buried in crypt. Vatican Apr.6  Rome seeks to curb pilgrim crowds Apr.5  Hundreds of thousands say goodbye Apr.4  Crowds wait all night to see Pope  Pope's body makes final journey Apr.3  Clergy, dignitaries pay respects to pope Apr.2  Millions grieve for John Paul II   Pope John Paul II dies at 84
  Vatican: 26-year reign as the charismatic leader of the world's 1 billion Roman Catholics was highlighted by visits to 129 countries
 The Pope was the third longest-serving pontiff in history. He died in his private apartment, surrounded by his closest Polish aides. John Paul II had suffered worsening health problems including a heart condition
 Pope begins losing consciousness Mar.27  Frail Pope blesses Easter crowds Mar.13  Pope returns to Vatican after op Feb.24  Pope has surgery to aid breathing  Pope back in hospital with flu Feb.6  Sick Pope makes public appearance Feb.1 Pope John Paul rushed to hospital. Vatican

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Dec.24  Pope prays for peace at midnight Mass Oct.18  Church wants gay bishop apology Sep.2  Scarf ban comes into force Feb.10 MPs back headscarf ban
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Dec.17  Chirac: Ban headscarves in schools Dec.11  Headscarf ban recommended Oct.4  Pope warns Archbishop on gay priests

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Nov.22  Miss World leaves Nigeria for London Aug.18  Millions cheer pope in Krakow Jul.23  Williams new leader for Anglicans

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Nov.14  Aid workers freed May.4  Pope moves to heal ancient rift Apr.14  Frail pope holds Easter vigil Oct. 16, 1978   Karol Wojityla elected as first pope from Eastern Europe
  Vatican: Wojtyla won on the eighth ballot on the third day. He subsequently chose the name John Paul II
Dec. 9, 1905 Separation of church and state in France
  Paris: Passed by the Chamber of Deputies during the Third Republic, it established state secularism in France. France was then governed by the Left Coalition Jan. 14, 1875 Albert Schweitzer born Map of Kaysersberg France  France: A German—and later French—theologian, organist, philosopher, physician, and medical missionary in Africa Feb. 21, 1801 Cardinal Newman born  London: John Henry Newman CO was an important figure in the religious history of England in the 19th century. He was known nationally by the mid-1830s Nov. 7, 1783 Last public burning by the Spanish Inquisition  Spain: Jun. 17, 1703 John Wesley born   England: An Anglican divine and theologian who is credited with the foundation of the evangelical movement known as Methodism Oct. 18, 1685 Edict of Nantes revoked by Louis XIV  Paris: The Edict granted the Calvinist Protestants of France (also known as Huguenots) substantial rights in a nation still considered essentially ... Feb. 18, 1678 Pilgrim's Progress published  England: The Pilgrim's Progress from This World to That Which Is to Come; Written by John Bunyan. One of the most significant works of religious English... Sep. 27, 1627   Bishop Bossuet born   France: A French bishop and theologian, renowned for his sermons and other addresses. One of the most brilliant orators of all time Apr. 13, 1598 Edict of Nantes promulgated   France: Signed by Henry IV of France, granted the Calvinist Protestants of France (Huguenots) substantial rights in a nation still considered Cathol... Sep. 9, 1585 Armand Jean du Plessis Richelieu born  Paris: The Cardinal de Richelieu was often known by the title of the King's 'Chief Minister' or 'First Minister' Oct. 7, 1573 Archbishop Laud born   England: The Most Reverend William Laud (1573–1645) was an English churchman and academic, Archbishop of Canterbury from 1633 Dec. 4, 1563 Council of Trent ended   Northern Italy: The Council of Trent, held in Trento and Bologna, was one of the Roman Catholic Church's most important ecumenical councils Mar. 21, 1556 Thomas Cranmer burned at the stake   England: A leader of the English Reformation and Archbishop of Canterbury. He built the case for the annulment of Henry's marriage to Catherine of Ar... Sep. 25, 1555 Religious Peace of Augsburg. Bavaria Dec. 22, 1552 St. Francis Xavier died. Southern China Dec. 13, 1545 Council of Trent began. Northern Italy Oct. 6, 1536 William Tyndale burned at the stake. Belgium Jan. 15, 1535 Act of Supremacy. London May. 26, 1521 Edict of Worms outlawing Luther and his followers. West Germany Apr. 17, 1521 Martin Luther excommunicated by Diet of Worms. West Germany Oct. 31, 1517 Luther posts the 95 these at Augsburg Map of Augsburg Germany
  Bavaria: Martin Luther was a German friar, priest and professor of theology who was a seminal figure in the Protestant Reformation
Jul. 10, 1509 John Calvin born. France Apr. 7, 1506 St. Francis Xavier born. Spain May. 23, 1498 Girolama Savonarola burned at the stake. Northern Italy Dec. 24, 1491 St. Ignatius Loyola born. Basque Nov. 10, 1483 Martin Luther born Map of Eisleben Germany  Eastern Germany: A German friar, priest and professor of theology who was a seminal figure in the Protestant Reformation Jul. 30, 1419 Hussite revolt in Prague Map of Prague Czech Republic  Czech Republic: The Hussites were a Christian movement following the teachings of Czech reformer Jan Hus (c. 1369–1415) Jul. 6, 1415 John Huss burned at the stake. West Germany Jan. 17, 1377 End of Papal Babylonian Captivity. Southern France Sep. 7, 1303 Boniface VIII captured at Anagni. Italy Mar. 7, 1274 Thomas Aquinas dies. Italy Sep. 4, 1260 Ghibellines defeat Gulephs at Monaperti. Northern Italy Sep. 20, 1258 Salisbury Cathedral consecrated. England Oct. 3, 1226 Francis of Assisi died. Italy Jul. 13, 1191 Acre taken by Crusaders. Northern Israel Dec. 29, 1170 Murder of St. Thomas a Becket. England Aug. 20, 1153 St. Bernard, Abbot of Clairvaux died. France Mar. 31, 1146 St. Bernard preaches Second Crusade   France: The Pope commissioned Bernard to preach the Second Crusade. A parliament was convoked at in Burgundy, and he preached before the assembly Jun. 25, 1115  Foundation of Clairvaux Nov. 27, 1095 Pope Urban II preaches First Crusade Map of Clermont France
  Southern France: The First Crusade (1096–1099) was the first of a number of crusades that attempted to capture the Holy Lands called by Pope Urban II
Jan. 21, 1077  Henry IV as penitent at Canossa Jul. 16, 1054 Excommunication of Churches  Rome: The break of communion between what are now the Eastern Orthodox and Roman Catholic Churches which began in the 11th century