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Fr Alexander Lucie-Smith

Fr Alexander Lucie-Smith

Alexander Lucie-Smith is a Catholic priest, doctor of moral theology and consulting editor of The Catholic Herald. On Twitter he is @ALucieSmith

The Church of England could have a Catholic governor

Royal visit to Cambridgeshire

Despite the Prince’s fears, the Church of England has been led by Catholics, Presbyterians and Lutherans before

Hatred towards Sharon Shoesmith over Baby P hides an ugly agenda

Sharon Shoesmith, former head of children's services at Haringey (Photo: PA)

The scapegoating makes people feel good about themselves but hinders a proper moral investigation of the baby’s death

Malory’s book Morte d’Arthur should be required reading for all who care for souls

The Last Sleep of Arthur in Avalon by Edward Burne-Jones. The painting took 17 years to complete

It is the nearest thing the English have to a mythology

Six things to pray for in 2013

Pope Benedict XVI blesses the faithful as he leaves after celebrating Mass in St. Peter's Basilica at the Vatican, on New Year's Day. (Photo: PA)

Ireland, marriage, Parliament, Pope Benedict XVI and atheists all need our prayers in 2013, says Fr Alexander Lucie-Smith.

It is not just among Tory backbenchers where the ego is king

First day of new Parliament

… but man is not the measure of all things

How we made ‘choice’ a god

Gay Marriage Amendment

When this worthless value is the pre-eminent good, society suffers

Homeland’s debt to Milton

2011 Summer TCA Tour - Day 9 - Los Angeles

Are Al-Qaeda like Milton’s Satan, beyond reason, or are they motivated by something more accessible to our understanding?

Happy 98th birthday, Fr Charles-Roux

WWII France Paris Winston Churchill And General De Gaulle

A model of wit, kindness and piety, and deeply devoted to the traditional liturgy of the Church

The dictatorship of relativism is heading for Britain

The Union Flag unfurled. Soon Britons won't be able to agree on anything (Photo: PA)

The Guardian says that traditional English identity is disappearing. What will replace it?

Catholics today could see the birth of a new model of Church

The Fathers of the Second Vatican Council could not have foreseen how the Church would change (Photo: CNS)

The shedding of institutional structures and the diminishing number of priests could, in fact, be liberating