The North Korean dictator is rather similar to the man who founded the Church of England
You cannot do moral theology without the saint, whose feast day is today
Is the raison d’etre of the Church maintenance or mission?
The Pope’s famous phone call to an Italian teenager is more significant than we first thought
Benedict XVI’s ‘mystical experience’ was nothing out of the ordinary. All Catholics can discover God’s will in prayer
Despite the excitement of the secular media, Benedict went through the same process as any other Christian when faced with a major decision
Friends warned Michael Arditti not to write about religion, but that hasn’t stopped him
Anglo-American policy, from the Iranian coup to the Egyptian one, has been a disaster – now Christians are suffering the backlash
Unlike the people of Gozo, we have neglected St George
Rowan Williams is wrong. If Christians in Britain face persecution, they should not be afraid to complain
Lord Williams’s comments highlight how Christians are on the back foot in this country
Why is it up to the secular courts to decide what the Church of England does?