23 February 2018
Dear Boris Johnson, You've often talked where Brexit is concerned of 'having your cake and eating it'. You meant having the economic advantages of EU membership, by some means nobody has yet worked out, without the political disadvantages. But you've left people like me with no cake at all.
16 February 2018
In a country with roots in ancient Christianity, the Catholic Church is enjoying a resurgence today, aided by the enduring support and friendship of the Polish Capuchin Order.
14 February 2018
Non-violence, forgiveness, respecting differences, social justice are all things St Augustine preached and practised. How the spirit of this passionate, eloquent, volatile and charismatic man is still very much alive in Carthage.
07 February 2018
Bishop Michael Campbell OSA
Bishop of Lancaster Michael Campbell describes presiding at the clothing of five young sisters of different nationalities who belong to a recently-founded congregation, Sisters Adorers of the Royal Heart of Jesus Christ Sovereign Priest.
05 February 2018
Clifford Longley makes the case for tighter restrictions on the freedom of anti-abortion protestors to stand outside abortion clinics
02 February 2018
For the first time since 1945, Valentine's Day and Ash Wednesday fall on the same day this year. So some Catholics are wondering whether they should mark them both, and if so how.
30 January 2018
Sir James Macmillan: 'The Holy Spirit is the basis for inspiration of the arts; inspiration for music comes from the Spirit. It’s something we don’t pursue enough in the Church.'
29 January 2018
After the recent arrival of a digital organ in St Peter's Basilica in Rome sparked some controversy in the pipe organ world, the President of Allen Organ Company explains why many modern churches are choosing the digital version of the 'King of Instruments'...
26 January 2018
Dr Sophie Cartwright
The government has a policy of creating a hostile environment for undocumented migrants. The aim is to force them to leave. For those who cannot, a gruelling existence ensues.
25 January 2018
Although it may have caused some minor dismay in governmental quarters and in the board rooms of extractive industries, Julian Filochowski explains why there is not a scintilla of doubt that the Amazon visit was a stunning success, especially for the Amerindian peoples and for the local Church.
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