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27 June 2014 by Dr Lincoln Harvey 0

The World Cup is now well under way. We’ve had some brilliant games and some wonderful goals. It is shaping up to be a great tournament. But is there a way for us to use the World Cup in our evangelism? The short answer is yes. But we should be very careful. No one likes a spoilsport.

24 June 2014 by Cameron Thomas 1

It’s been more than four months since then-pregnant mother of two, Meriam Yahia Ibrahim, was first arrested in Sudan for practising her Catholic faith.

20 June 2014 by Dr Muhammad Abdul Bari 5

In recent months we have been treated with a drip feed of stories about how troublesome Muslims are to wider British society. First it was the Niqab, then so-called sharia courts, followed quickly by halal food.

13 June 2014 by Dr Jenny Taylor 2

Old habits of denial die hard, even as we watch the “Trojan Horse” disgorge its sinister cargo on our television screens.

12 June 2014 by Mgr Mark Langham 0

In January 2014 the former Archbishop of Canterbury, George Carey, celebrated Christian Unity week by labelling the work of the Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission (ARCIC) “irrelevant to the ordinary Christian”. He argued that the 45 year-old dialogue should be abandoned in favour of small, local collaborations between Anglicans and Catholics.

09 June 2014 by Fr Seán McDonagh, SSC 14

On the day that the papal nuncio to Ireland, Archbishop Charles Brown, told the US-based Catholic News Service that he saw “that Irish Catholicism had entered a new springtime,” representatives of the Association of Catholic Priests (ACP) were trying to convince a group of Irish bishops that the Irish Catholic Church was facing, among other things, a vocational crisis of enormous magnitude.

30 May 2014 by Ed Rennie2

The tectonic plates of British politics are shifting. Ukip’s resounding victory at the European elections is a seismic tremor which saw Labour and the Tories pushed into second and third place, and the Lib Dems into fifth place behind the Greens.

30 May 2014 by Loughlin Hickey7

Six years since the financial crisis and the City is still largely as short-term profit-focused as ever. It was refreshing to hear that admitted by Christine Lagarde, head of the IMF, and Mark Carney, governor of the Bank of England, at the Inclusive Capitalism conference in London on Tuesday.

22 May 2014 by Khataza Gondwe 0

Another week, another litany of attacks that bear the hallmarks of Boko Haram, the Islamist militia terrorising large parts of Nigeria.

16 May 2014 by Laura Keynes 2

Jackie Onassis never wrote an autobiography. She was, in the words of her biographer Sarah Bradford, “a complex woman of many facets” but above all she had a strong “desire for privacy and concealment”. If Jackie never revealed much about her private life, that was her choice.