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What does the cry of the people baying for blood during Christ’s Passion really mean?

Why a new play about Pope John Paul II offers an original, thought-provoking perspective on the man who became pope

The Devil’s Advocate has a necessary task but the late Pope’s virtues outweigh his faults and errors of judgement

Instead of huffing and puffing about the new English translation of the Mass, priests should instruct their parishioners on why it is a good thing

His crimes were of the gravest nature; his life was an affront to the families of those who died in the Holocaust

That was in 1967, the year before Humanae Vitae. I wonder what Barbara Ward would think now

It might sound like a good thing but it is not as straightforward as one might think

He suspects the scientist who pioneered his cancer treatment is praying for him, and doesn’t mind

Barack Obama visited the grave of Oscar Romero today. That worries me

If you want a complete new rite Latin liturgy you have to go either to the very top or bottom of Britain