A proposed separation wall near Bethlehem may jeopardise a famous altar wine produced at the Cremisan Monastery
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Now we know where we are with Mr Clegg. Marriage, he thinks, is just one among many versions of ‘the family institution’
It’s all so outdated, now the research shows how much more stable marriage is than cohabitation
Christopher Hitchens was a magnanimous man who had many Christian friends
Evelyn Waugh did not love the splendour of a high Mass but rather a priest’s humble absorption in a low Mass
I like to think he would have approved of Mass in the Ordinary Form, too, now that we have an accurate translation
Bishop Davies knows that we can talk to young people about their immortal souls. Bishop Conry says it can’t be done. Which one should we trust?
There’s a gulf of understanding here: and a choice to be made
Gaudete Sunday has returned to the mainstream of Catholicism
Like high streets, the Church will have to change to revitalise
The new weekly missal proves yet again what we have known for years: that the CTS is one of the great treasures of the English Church
The new liturgical dispensation has shown it yet again rising to the challenge
Why has the practice dropped off so dramatically here, but not in Italy, say, or Kenya?