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It has been many decades since the publication of Humanae Vitae, but it seems more prophetic than ever

Making the murdered French priest a saint will also challenge Catholics to ask themselves, am I prepared to die in God’s service?

Pope Francis’s three-day trip is unlikely to be win-win

Seminaries need to be replaced with a new way of training our priests

Victoria was by no means a model constitutional monarch, but she remains a fascinating figure in British history

Peaceful people gather to pray for peace – it won’t sway those in favour of violence

Concepts of peace, humility and exalted love sprung from the Christian tradition

A new poll suggests up to a third of France’s Muslims reject the legitimacy of the country’s secular law

The ‘funeral without the funeral’ could refocus our attention on the Eucharistic sacrifice. It’s a lot cheaper, too

Former detainees are taking up arms against America. The US’s strategy appears to have misfired