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The BBC was blinded by his celebrity status. But its problems with group-think are shared by many institutions

Fr Alexis Tarasov says that sometimes talking and listening to someone is all it takes

If only people took time to consider the mysterious possibilities of pre-born life

The crimes of Jimmy Savile raise some difficult questions

Cardinal Danielou ‘saw clearly that a humanism divorced from faith in Jesus Christ ends in ruin and despair’

To Sally Read, ‘being a Catholic is like being in love’

Following the Jimmy Savile revelations, more and more women are coming forward with stories of sexual harassment

Under presumed consent I am not confident the state would feel a duty to treat a corpse with reverence after death or use it solely to help others live

In 200 years a latter-day Kenneth Clark might look on our society as a singular historical period that has passed away

The father of cosmology was wedded to science and the Church