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Anglicanism was born out of a movement that saw the destruction of all England’s religious houses. We have to face that honestly

Many people on the streets are holding fast to God when every other social tie has failed them

Casting doubt on the words of Jesus leads to despair. Instead, we should trust in God’s promises

The Church is engaged in a spiritual battle, says Roger Buck – and, in the West at least, it is losing

The Church has been ‘discerning’ about Christ’s teaching for two millennia. There is only one possible conclusion

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A beautiful Church for the poor

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Post-Vatican II ugliness coincided with a collapse in the Church’s ministry to the marginalised. When beauty returns, so will Catholicism’s universal appeal

I decided there was no hell aged 12. Years later, I found myself transfixed by a plea for intercession by an agnostic

We have more in common with him than he might care to admit

The cardinal should be asked whether his book violates ancient Church teaching