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A fully involved laity, a Church permanently in mission, and beautiful singing, the Church here thrives

The dispute between two men with vitally important tasks at the Vatican is deeply troubling

James Runcie’s Grantchester Mysteries cater for all of us who loved Agatha Christie and her contemporaries

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Umberto Eco famously declared that Macs are Catholic and PCs are Protestant. That analogy can also be applied to the two social media giants shaping the 21st century

The grave threat to Palmyra should cause a collective shudder in all who love our heritage

It makes perfect sense for those who care for the sick to work seven days a week

Cardinal Nichols provides a wonderful antidote to the legalism that sees morality as a set of rules

The Cuban leader claims he may come back to the Church, but is it nothing more than a canny move to shift the focus from the repressive nature of his regime?

Loudly proclaiming one’s beliefs as a way of ‘virtue signalling’ is nothing but moral posturing

Not turning up to vote displays a lack of charity towards fellow citizens