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An immense debt is owed to the orders which have been the backbone of the Church’s mission for the last five hundred years

The life of St Charles Borromeo serves as a lesson

Every new cardinal should be a possible future Pope, a man with leadership potential

For the great majority of people tomorrow will be just another Friday and not the great solemnity of All Saints

The murder of an innocent man in Bristol illustrates how gossip and innuendo can have catastrophic results

Mother Antonia Brenner decided at the age of 50 to devote herself to the inmates of a Tijuana prison

Sticking up for Christians is not something Britain’s ruling Coalition does

Have we turned nature into another form of self-indulgence?

BBC series explores how the Suleiman the Magnificent submitted Sharia law to his own will

The Catholic Church in England has lost its working-class base