This is how things are meant to be: get used to it
The BBC asked me this twice in one morning. And the reason is simple: it’s a matter of obedience. Nobody said being a Catholic was easy
Edmund Adamus said our society was hedonistic, anti-life and anti-family – all true. So why was he slapped down?
The last two popes have said it all: or should we keep quiet about that, too?
There are so many stories about his warmth and charity it is hard to know where to begin
The new text is resonant and accurate: it puts to shame the translations we use at the moment
In fact, I suspect that I might be capable of something much worse
To begin with, where did President Ali Zardari get his personal fortune of £1.5 billion? I only ask
Gill and Gill traded under 20 monarchs and 76 prime ministers: now we are living in a new and impersonal world
Imagine discovering that you have regularly received the sacraments from a mass murderer
But even if they believed him, they would still be out for retribution, not rehabilitation