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For “progressive” Catholics, the cappa magna is – appropriately, you may think – like a red rag to a bull.

Many people in my own community find it strange that my children are educated at a Catholic school, but it is the perfect fit

Christianity is an incarnational religion. Social media is the opposite

The Catechism says we may have some ‘hope’, but it doesn’t overrule the Church’s authoritative past teaching

The response to Lord Carey’s resignation shows the debate on abuse has become more mature and calm

The Bishop of Stockholm receives the red hat on Wednesday 28 June 2017

For liberal Christians, worldliness is at the core of their theology, though they may not know it

Almost all who have had the privilege of being educated in convents remember nuns whose lives were ones of fulfilment, vigour and purpose

We all have the potential to be enthroned as co-heirs with Christ

By January next year, the Pope will have visited nearly every country in South America – apart from his homeland