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The social teaching of the Church is often described as a ‘seamless garment’ and this is even more true of the sacraments

Remembering the heroic Poles who saved Jewish lives, should not blind us to an ugly strain within Polish history

Suddenly evoking Islamist atrocities in the Middle East has become rather trendy, which is of no use at all to the thousands who have already been butchered

Governments must deprive terrorists and terrorist apologists of their passports; not to do so is illogical

There is nothing Catholic at all in the emblematic works of our time

Writer Mark Shea: ‘If the conquest of death is not a reason to be glad, what is?’

Nostalgia is something that the laity are looking for at this time of year

A sneak preview of this week’s magazine

How Francis can save the Jesuits

The world’s largest male religious order is suffering an identity crisis and a decline in vocations. Can the first Jesuit pontiff lead it out of the doldrums?

Francis has steadily prepared the Church for change. It’s foolish to ignore the signs