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07 November 2014 by Fr Robert McCulloch 1

Pakistan is often labelled a “fundamentalist” state – and criticism of it has returned after the burning alive of a poor Christian couple who allegedly destroyed pages of a Qu'ran.

07 November 2014 by Tom Heneghan1

Foreign correspondents rarely have the opportunity to report on stories that are indisputably positive. Wars, disasters and political disputes tend dominate the news we cover. But when the Berlin Wall was suddenly flung open 25 years ago, the news was so good that I cheered as I sat in the Reuters East Berlin bureau and repeatedly updated our story through the long night.

31 October 2014 by Daniel Kearney 7

I was explaining Situation Ethics to a Year 10 class – the idea that the same action can be right or wrong depending on the circumstances.

31 October 2014 by Aaron Saunderson-Cross 17

The Feast of St John Paul II was like any other day and it was not unusual for me to make a mid-week confession; I knelt in silent prayer before the tabernacle before creeping into the wooden confessional at the back of the Church; I detailed the familiar naughtiness and ended with a general confession regarding the sins of my relationship.

31 October 2014 by Patience Zayzay 0

In the dark times that now engulf Liberia, many people have asked themselves “Who do we turn to?”

29 October 2014 by Paul Donovan3

When Cardinal Vincent Nichols gathers with business leaders for the third Blueprint for Better Business conference tomorrow, the words of Pope Francis this week on the workplace situation should be ringing in their ears.

27 October 2014 by Daniel Hale 2

There was scepticism around the recent Synod on the Family among many of the people I know. How could 190 old men comment on married life and the family? And why did two thirds of them veto already watered-down language on welcoming people in same-sex relationships?

24 October 2014 by Christopher Lamb1

Yesterday Britain released one of its longest serving prisoners, Harry Roberts, who shot dead three policemen in 1966.

24 October 2014 by Liz Dodd1

Charlotte Tumilty, a 26-year-old mother of two sent home on her first day as a teaching assistant at a Catholic school in Hartlepool because of her tattoos, is exactly the sort of young person the Church should embrace.

23 October 2014 by Ed Rennie6

Reading through the five temptations Pope Francis spoke of in his speech at the end of the two-week Synod on the Family it became clear to me that ultimately our temptations broadly fall into two categories: of the prodigal son who left his Father’s house, and the other who stayed.