- Pilgrimage to nowhere
There has long been an ambivalence about the man who was both the ultimate betrayer and the means by which God’s plan was fulfilled. The author of a new book visits the lonely place where the renegade apostle took his own life
- Home News
- World News
- Parish Practice
- Letters Extra
- The living Spirit
- Cardinal says Boko Haram must be priority for Nigeria’s new president-elect
- Bishops shut down synod debate on communion for divorced and remarried in media
- Muslim and Christian leaders in Lebanon call for terrorism to be weeded out of politics and education
- US Archbishop Cordileone defends right to ban altar girls
- At last, a Grand Mufti taking extremists to task Archbishop Michael Fitzgerald
- Sepp Blatter has scored an own goal taking on religion Jimmy Burns
- The new Missal has failed Bishop Donald Trautman
The Bishop responsible for international affairs in England and Wales has called on Catholics to take part in an international day of prayer for Iraq’s persecuted Christians on Wednesday.
The Vatican has warned that the alleged rejection by his natural parents of a baby with Down’s syndrome born to a surrogate mother is a consequence of a culture that has turned babies into consumer products.
Baroness Warsi has resigned as the Minister for Faith and Communities, saying she could no longer support the Government’s “morally indefensible” approach to the Gaza conflict.
A selection of stories from The Tablet of the week Britain entered World War One
Hundreds of talks about the Second Vatican Council and its legacy have been made available for free online.
Pope Francis’ courage is causing disquiet among those with “a very conformist and closed Catholicism” the Archbishop of Dublin has warned.
The Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem has likened Gaza to a “factory of desperate people, designed to easily turn into extremists ready for anything".
Up to one in 10 Catholic priests are former Church of England clergy, according to new figures.
Peace groups around the country will call for an end to war as Catholic and other religious leaders join vigils, services and commemorations to mark the centenary of Britain's entry into the First World War on Monday.
The Vatican has called for the faithful to be more restrained when offering the sign of peace during Mass.