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The Sisters who cheer on Melinda Gates’s birth control campaign seem eager to drop Church teaching for their own ‘core values’

Melinda Gates (PA photo)

The statement by the Ursuline Sisters of Dallas is a hotchpotch of vagueness

Morning Catholic must-reads: 15/05/12

Officers of the Canadian bishops' conference meet the Pope last November (CNS)

A daily guide to what’s happening in the Catholic Church

The SSPX is apparently about to go into schism over Bishop Fellay’s plans to return ‘within the walls’; we need him back and should pray that his opponents fail

Bishop Bernard Fellay (CNS photo)

The other SSPX bishops think this Pope ‘subjects the Church to the modern world’: in other words, they’re barking

Is it now illegal to question same-sex marriage?

A conference on marriage was banned for being ‘contrary to diversity policy’

Do we have a duty to have children?

Many women now choose ‘not to have it all’ – should we be worried?

Morning Catholic must-reads: 14/05/12

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Morning Catholic must-reads: 11/05/12

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How the Ordinariate is healing England’s cultural wounds

One of ours now

Four hundred years after the bitter conflicts of religion, the Church is posthumously reCatholicising Archbishop Cranmer and reclaiming him for our tradition

The media always connect child abuse with religion when it involves Catholics: but when it involves Muslims, the very word is taboo. Maybe Rochdale will change all that

The solicitor of one of the men convicted speaks to the media (PA photo)

The fact is that this kind of ‘street grooming’ is mostly a Muslim phenomenon. So why?

Barack Obama’s views on marriage did not ‘evolve’

Barack Obama at the White House (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)

The US president was waiting for the public mood to change before supporting gay marriage