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Once, social care was provided in the family. But thanks to family breakdown, the burden now falls on the state

The Guardian seems to think that the Tale is an anti-religious tract. Well, it isn’t

The Church is a family; in every family there are eccentric uncles and peculiar cousins like Leopold and Ricci who, we all feel, are best forgotten

It’s time they got off the fence

From Riyadh to Rome, Trump’s first trip has shown he’s no foreign policy maverick

When doctrine crumbles, practice usually catches up in a few decades

The Saint teaches us that all political projects must recognise the dignity of the individual

‘I used to think that Fatima was something of a sideshow. I certainly do not think this now’

The jailing of the governor of Jakarta is deeply unjust and absurd

If he really does believe that truth is inaccessible, then France has a president who believes in the dictatorship of relativism