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The Maltese furore

Two very unlikely bishops have issued the most permissive guidelines yet on Amoris Laetitia. No wonder many Catholics are up in arms

The country has become a bastion of doctrinal traditionalism. Its traumatic history may be part of the explanation

What I learned on the Women’s March

Stuart Reid joins ‘jolly middle-class women’ on the Trump demo

It’s been Mary Medlicott’s job to tell stories for more than 30 years

The curia remains a place where cliques have more authority than the law. It doesn’t bode well

The Church has always taught that moral absolutes are necessary to the formation of conscience

The PM will be relieved to have clarity, but several major challenges loom

John Paul II’s Familiaris Consortio was clear on the matter – and in line with Church teaching

When my host invited me to help teach the next class, I didn’t realise what I was getting myself into

After the 1944 massacre in Civitella, a captain and a priest arrived to bring consolation and material support