John XXIII was very much a man of the people, while John Paul II lived the Gospel without compromise
Judas was perhaps the first person to hate God in terms we can understand
Pilate’s wife appears in one verse of St Matthew’s Gospel proclaiming Jesus’s innocence
When will governments realise that religion is not their business and should not ever be their business?
Politicians must remember their primary role is to serve the public, not cling to power
Promoting dialogue between believers and non-believers will enrich our national conversation
The US politician is ‘thrilled’ with the gift of a rosary, but will her faith ever show in her voting record?
The post-modern idea that there is no such thing as historical fact, merely historical interpretations, is wrong
By going to Confession, Pope Francis demonstrates the point that we are all in this together
The Vatican is acting with unusual determination in the ‘bishop of bling’ case