Thu 17th Apr 2014 | Last updated: Wed 16th Apr 2014 at 19:02pm

Facebook Logo Twitter Logo RSS Logo
Hot Topics

Comments & Blogs

The message every blogger should have pinned at their top of their screens

Bishop Egan: 'we must exercise discretion, respect others and their privacy'

Bishop Philip Egan is right: we have to speak the truth – but always with love

The real story behind the Pope’s message to the Mafia: Hell exists and we all need to take this on board

Pope Francis and Father Luigi Ciotti, founder of the Italian anti-Mafia group Libera, participate in a prayer service for Mafia victims (CNS)

Pope Francis has made clear that we will live with the consequences of our actions forever

Morning Catholic must-reads: 24/03/14

Pope Francis waves during the Angelus address (AP)

A daily guide to what’s happening in the Catholic Church

The Pope’s choice for the new Archbishop of Liverpool shows that he is prepared to search far and wide for new bishops

Bishop McMahon will be installed on The Feast of St Joseph the Worker on May 1 (Mazur)

The McMahon ‘pick’ represents a spreading of the net, though not perhaps a very dramatic one

This film destroys the negative propaganda about Down syndrome in just two minutes

A mother and daughter from the video 'Dear Future Mom'

The viral video ‘Dear Future Mom’ is a rare, life-enhancing contribution to the debate about disability

‘There was nothing sissy about being a Christian’: an interview with the future Archbishop of Liverpool

Archbishop-elect McMahon in 2011 (Mazur/catholicchurch.org.uk)

In 1999 Fr Malcolm McMahon discussed his student activism and call to the priesthood with The Catholic Herald

Morning Catholic must-reads: 21/03/14

Francis walks past musicians as he arrives for the audience with steelworkers

A daily guide to what’s happening in the Catholic Church

We need to pray for another Fulton Sheen

Woman prays at the tomb of Fulton Sheen (CNS)

The case of Archbishop Sheen is especially significant for our times

Catholic Herald View: Bishops and bloggers: there is a way out of this impasse

'It is hard to find a bishop in England and Wales with a good word to say about Catholic blogs'

The emergence of the Catholic blogosphere is one of the most significant developments in the 21st-century Church

A mood of fear has gripped the Vatican following budget cuts

Cardinal Parolin announced that the Vatican would not be hiring and over-time was banned (CNS)

Fr Federico Lombardi is trying to allay fears about redundancies as best he can