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When we saw a protest for women’s ordination outside a Chrism Mass, we knew we had to offer a response

Jim Malia was inspired by Belloc’s outspoken Catholicism

The BBC’s controversial documentary on Judas will not win souls for Christ

Threads transcends its subject matter, nuclear war, and reminds us that society is a fragile thing

Could the Kasper proposal, decisively rejected by the synod fathers, really be in the papal text?

It is customary when a person dies to pray that they will “rest in peace”

The snakes could be a metaphor for something else

There was certainly an inner melancholy to Anita Brookner’s fiction

A sneak preview of this week’s issue

For 2,000 years Christians have struggled to accept Jesus’s revolutionary gesture. The Pope’s Holy Thursday visits help to reveal the rite’s true meaning