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The BBC’s adaptation of Tolstoy’s novel is thin and shallow

L’Osservatore Romano is right to protest when Charlie Hebdo blames God for the carnage of last year

The thin end of the wedge has proved true in the ex-Catholic country

We must seriously look at how Muslims interpret the Koran, Archbishop Léonard has said

Submission tells us a great deal about ourselves, and if we are to continue as we are, the future is hardly bright

Cecil Rhodes, for better or for worse, is part of our history

Her canonisation will be the Year of Mercy’s crowning moment

As the Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem says, we should have a more moderate Christmas

The People’s Republic of North Korea is surely the nearest thing we have to an Orwellian totalitarian state

There are profoundly differing visions of God in the world, and these dictate the sort of societies that we have built for ourselves