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Alice Thomas Ellis was a novelist, controversialist and party hostess, but above all else a Catholic

The proposed reform would be hard to implement. Here’s another way to change canon law

The Holy See is turning to the East. But the move could be very risky

It will become clearer that the foetus’s integrity as a living being is fundamentally the child’s own, not the mother’s

Eularia Clarke saw her paintings as more than just illustrations of bible stories

Fr William Aitcheson has admitted he was a member of the KKK, one of the most brutally anti-Catholic groups in America

While the Church is opposed to drug-taking, brute force is not the answer

The Nazis leant heavily on occultism, paganism, New Age and Eastern religions

John Curry was a humble, shy man throughout his life – but he stood his ground in telling his astonishing story

How one parish experienced a rebirth by bringing back traditional practices