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The chance of a fixed date being agreed for Easter is close to zero

The annual march gives American Catholics a wonderful opportunity to promote a culture of life

Delia Maguire tells Francis Phillips that, after the abuse crisis, the Church in Ireland will never be the same again

Notorious murderer Pietro Maso has revealed to the press his communication with Francis

The slow-motion schism of the Anglican Communion does appear to be a cautionary tale

Sneak a peak at this week’s magazine

Can Donald Trump win over Catholics?


The hard-charging billionaire has revolutionised American politics while hardly spending a dime. But he is surprisingly elliptical about his Christian faith

It’s not just the big bang theory that we owe to a Catholic priest. Many clergy have made enormous contributions to science

Cardinal Danneels, on the one hand, and Cardinal Sarah on the other – the two tell very different tales

Blessed by a little angel

The eulogy given by Sir James at his granddaughter Sara’s Requiem Mass tells how a frail young child brought God’s grace to the lives of all those who knew her