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Theresa May pictured in Downing Street earlier this week (PA)

The practical faith of Theresa May

Britain’s new Prime Minister is a regular churchgoer, but don’t expect her to talk a great deal about her religious beliefs

Cardinal Sarah celebrates Mass ad orientem: ‘There is no reason to oppose the return to a beautiful practice’ (Photo: Fr Lawrence Lew, OP)

We can have it both ways

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Cardinal Sarah’s advice to priests to celebrate Mass facing east, rather than towards the congregation, has caused uproar in Rome. Yet a simple compromise is available

Richard Hooker, one of the most important 16th-century Anglican theologians

Book review: All Things Made New by Diarmaid MacCulloch

Mark Duggan’s best friends, Kurtis Henville and Marcus Knox-Hooke

The Hard Stop fails to give a truly rounded picture of the man shot dead by London police

Pro-life advocates at the March for Life in Washington in 2016 (CNS)

Former Planned Parenthood employee Abby Johnson explains why ‘science, reason and logic’ were behind her dramatic change of heart on abortion

'St Benedict responded positively to human needs which were not too dissimilar to the needs of those now fleeing poverty and war in search of a better life in Europe'

The continent could learn some lessons from its patron – not least generosity and hospitality

Evelyn Waugh was 'one of the strongest opponents of the vernacular' in England (AP)

The great novelist, who died 50 years ago, almost became the first president of the Latin Mass Society

A pilgrim holding a rosary raises her hands as she walks on her knees at Fatima (CNS)
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Find out what’s really happening in the Catholic Church

Pigeons fly past the dome of India's Supreme Court building in New Delhi (AP Photo/Tsering Topgyal)

India’s Supreme Court has made technical bigamists of Catholics who have remarried after an annulment. But it has not acted unreasonably