People can disagree about problems and the best ways to resolve them, but no one should launch a formal accusation against a pope, much less ask for his resignation, German Cardinal Gerhard Müller (inset) said, CNS reports.
Having read in The Tablet that a draft of the English Standard Version (ESV) translation of the Lectionary was to be circulated within the next few weeks, I wrote to Cardinal Nichols on 8 November asking him to urge bishops to reject this translation at their Autumn Plenary.
In politics, as in life, not looking before you leap is bad advice. Parliament may wish it could take it in the task it has currently embarked upon: to review, and eventually accept or reject, the Brexit withdrawal agreement. But the future is necessarily obscure whichever course it chooses.
Catholics have been on a journey these last 50 years regarding homosexuality. Attitudes have changed almost beyond recognition. It may even be possible to begin to discern a shift in the sensus fidelium under the influence of the Holy Spirit.
The Wellcome Collection’s current exhibition focuses on the ways in which architects, planners and designers have attempted to influence our feelings of individual well-being, self-esteem and physical health, and their wider impact on communities and society.
The failure to take the denial of religious freedom seriously is a black mark against Western secularism, which has repeatedly failed to adjust its priorities in the face of an increasingly alarming reality.
Who do you think is the living Catholic doing the most to change the way we imagine ourselves and understand the world? Here is our selection of 50 men and women who are making waves and recalibrating disciplines, and adding some Catholic salt to the contemporary cultural soup