The joy of the gospel, says Pope Benedict, lies in the authentic truth about God
Cardinal Francis George would ‘really, really like to have a heart-to-heart with Francis': so too would many of the rest of us
The inevitable result will be to open Catholic teachers up to increased scrutiny, pressures and complaints
Is that why the Church has so far been silent on the case the appeal court is considering? The judges have to decide whether the existing law on the status of the ‘foetus’ makes sense
On St John Paul II’s first feast day, we pick out piece from our archives that asks, how will history judge the Polish Pope?
But why is Cardinal Burke himself, the hero of the synod, being eased out? And what are these disquieting rumours about Cardinal Müller?
Cardinal Burke is right: the group responsible for reporting the synod is manipulating the presentation of what’s actually happening
There will be no prayers for his soul at this interfaith farrago in the presence of leaders of ‘the world faiths’ and the archbishop of Canterbury
He had no time for liberalism, but would have spurned the SSPX
Despite Annibale Bugnini’s extreme ecumania, the protestant observers at the consilium were wrong: the sacrificial language of the new mass was still entirely Catholic