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21 February 2014 by Michael Phelan8

In his book Saints, Sacrilege and Sedition of May 2012, Eamon Duffy, Professor of the History of Christianity at Cambridge University, writes about St John Fisher, the former Chancellor of Cambridge University and founder of the theology departments at both Oxford and Cambridge universities.

21 February 2014 by Ivor Roberts 0

One of these fresh-faced young men would go on to become the man who Pope Francis is to make a cardinal tomorrow – Westminster Archbishop Vincent Nichols.

21 February 2014 by Tim Hopkins 1

On 4 February, the Scottish Parliament voted to pass the Same-Sex Marriage Bill, in a free vote, by the large majority of 105 votes for, to 18 against.

14 February 2014 by Abigail Frymann Rouch3

I’ve grown increasingly frustrated with the worship music that’s used in the charismatic end of the Church: I have wished the words had more theological content and poetry; I have wished the words and music related better to each other and essentially made more sense.

12 February 2014 by Elena Curti0

There is a tendency for some church commentators to rant and gnash their teeth when the Church is criticised unfairly, even if the main thrust of the complaint is perfectly valid.

10 February 2014 by Karen O’Donnell 0

This is the first in a series of blogs celebrating The Tablet’s new online archive, where for a limited time you can view for free every page of every issue since 1840.

07 February 2014 by John Deighan 1

The legalisation of same-sex marriage this week represents a watershed moment where a new social movement will triumph over the previous orthodoxy around human relationships and human sexuality.

04 February 2014 by Elena Curti3

I have only fainted once in my life. It happened last May on a tube train just as it was pulling into Turnham Green station in west London.

31 January 2014 by Philip Booth 16

Bishop Pat Lynch is absolutely right to be concerned about whether migrants, asylum-seekers and those in great need will be able to get health care as a result of government reforms.

29 January 2014 by Mark Bhagwandin 3

Wherever in the world Indians have travelled, they have taken with them the values, culture and beliefs of Mother India. India’s cultural exports have added beauty and richness to societies – all except one, the low status afforded to women.