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Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew I, left, and Russian Orthodox Patriarch Kirill (AP Photo)

For some even the slightest change in relations with Rome will end up with tradition being swept away

The Brexit debate is not about arguments or statistics, but something more visceral: our destiny as an island people (PA)

Again and again over the last century, the Establishment has been wrong. And it is wrong again today

St Claude de la Colombière

But for St Claude, St Margaret Mary might have gone down in history as a mad nun who had false visions

Members of the Bloomsbury Group, from left, Lady Ottoline Morrell, Maria Nys, Lytton Strachey, Duncan Grant and Vanessa Bell, pictured in 1915 (Wiki)

Emotional problems are surely bound to surface in the children of parents with an insouciant attitude towards marital fidelity

Paul VI (PA)

Fifty years on, we publish a translation of the CDF’s ‘Clarification’ and ‘Ordinance’ regarding Paul VI’s Integrae Servandae

Nuns arrive to vote at a polling station in London (PA)

Whether Britain votes to leave the EU or not, Catholic organisations should lead the way in accessing funding from non-government sources

Hundreds of people bow their heads in prayer during a vigil for victims of the Orlando nightclub attack (Andres Leiva/Tampa Bay Times via AP)

We should recognise it as a homophobic killing and renew our commitment to upholding the rule of law

Elijah confronts King Ahab and Queen Jezebel in a print by Sir Francis Dicksee

For anyone arguing that the Devil has the best tunes, the life of Queen Jezebel would be a good place to start

Vice-President Joe Biden delivers the Class Day Address at Yale University in 2015 (AP)

Yale has responded diplomatically to student demands. But the wider attack on traditional Western culture should be resisted

The installation of Bishop Alan Hopes of East Anglia at St John the Baptist Cathedral, Norwich, which was constructed between 1882 and 1910 to designs by George Gilbert Scott Jr (Photo: Mazur/catholicnews.org.uk)

The Diocese of Northampton was dismissed as the ‘dead diocese’ until the arrival of Bishop Arthur Riddell