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Anglicans joining Ordinariate are like ‘hobbits in search of treasure’

Mgr Newton discusses ‘one of his favourite children’s books’ in Sunday homily

Vote for women bishops does not create ‘new reality’ for ecumenism, says Vatican official

Father Anthony Currer says it is significant that change has been implemented by the Church of England

The Church of England’s vote for women bishops has created an insurmountable obstacle to unity

From a Catholic point of view, nothing much has changed – it is the principle of female ordination that is the sticking point.

Ordinariate reaches out to Anglicans after women bishops vote

Mgr Newton says decision makes it harder for those in Church of England who want unity with Catholics

Africa and Asia provide us with an inconvenient truth

Responses to Pew Foundation survey suggests huge differences in opinion on moral questions between Catholics from different continents

Ordinariate invites Anglicans to take part in ‘exploration day’

Mgr Newton says initiative marks effort to communicate ‘with more vigour’

Work of ARCIC irrelevant to most Christians, says Lord Carey

Former Archbishop of Canterbury claims Anglicans and Christians might as well be ‘talking on the moon’

The Catholic Church was right not to join critics of Iain Duncan Smith’s benefit reforms

When Church leaders proclaim on matters of government policy they run the risk of coming unstuck

On littleness and the liturgy

A meditation on Anglicanorum Coetibus and related matters

Britain could have an Ordinariate by new year

Only days after the Pope’s visit, Anglican traditionalists meet to discuss the future