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It’s a confusing time for many Christians as they consider where to put their cross on the ballot paper on May 7

School inspectors have been accused of heavy-handedly questioning 10-year-olds as part of a ‘witch-hunt’ against traditional values. But this couldn’t be more wrong

The outrage over Labour’s bus campaign shows we have got our priorities wrong

Queen Victoria would have approved of the Prince’s defending the faith – up to a point

The Lectionary is bearing fruit at last

Bishop Hugh Gilbert’s homily on the Day of Consecrated Life

This is what it was like to witness the moment Benedict XVI became the first pope to resign in 600 years

Like St Bernadette, we too can offer life’s trials for the redemption of the world

Debt is a major moral issue, though one that has not received enough attention, given that the economic crisis we have been living through since 2008

What secular historians of the Reformation have missed is that commemorating saints’ days in medieval Catholic England was a popular celebration of holy life