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Cardinal Maradiaga compares ‘man-made’ global warming and its supposed effects with apartheid: it’s a good headline but he may live to regret it

Cardinal Maradiaga says the world's climate is 'out of control' (Photo: CNS)

Churchmen who base moral notions on current scientific certainties should remember Galileo

Alec Guinness and the Spanish mystics

Guinness rehearses Alan Bennett's Habeus Corpus (PA photo)

In his diary he says St Teresa of Avila’s autobiography must be ‘one of the greatest given to the world’

Today’s Catholic must-reads: 07/12/11

Benedict XVI blesses the faithful at the end of the general audience (AP Photo)

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Cardinal Óscar Rodríguez Maradiaga (CNS photo/Michael Alexander)

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

Last week, I asked Archbishop Nichols to clarify his views on civil unions: this led the CNA to ask him, too. He spoke: but did we get an answer?

Archbishop Nichols: 'Same-sex partnerships are not marriage because they have no root in a sexual relationship, which marriage does'

This is all getting to look very similar to what we have been told about the Soho Masses

In 1960 Cardinal Siri urged women not to wear trousers. I think he may have had a point

A model wears Chanel trousers in 1964 (AP)

When women wear trousers, he wrote, it flattens out the natural distinction between the sexes

Is Belloc best forgotten?

The Catholic writer is nowadays neglected, but much of his writing is florid, dull and unreadable

Morning Catholic must-reads: 05/12/11

Benedict XVI greets the faithful at the end of yesterday's Angelus (AP Photo)

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

The Holy Father is clearly opposed to the death penalty; but why doesn’t the Church oppose it as unequivocally as abortion and euthanasia?

The execution room in the US state of Oregon. Since the death penalty was reinstated in 1984, two death row inmates have been killed by lethal injection (Photo: PA)

It’s a real question: I simply don’t understand

Why Charlotte Church knows more about liturgy than Rupert Murdoch

Charlotte Church

His attitude to sacred music is symptomatic of the modern age’s attitude to religious art