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Sir Chris Woodhead: a courageous man who is wrong about euthanasia

But we who believe that life is sacred must never ‘pontificate’ to those who don’t share our convictions

Panorama failed to portray Francis accurately, and it’s no surprise

Last night’s documentary prioritised entertainment over information

This is still a Christian culture: but the Law Society is now encouraging Sharia principles that are deeply hostile to our values

Our democracy is built on the fundamental principle that we are one nation and that there is one law for everyone

Morning Catholic must-reads: 11/02/14

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

Sorry BBC, Cardinal Richelieu was not a beard-stroking evil genius

The cardinal wasn’t a saint but he doesn’t deserve to be vilified

Morning Catholic must-reads: 30/12/13

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

A timely moment to see Of Gods and Men

in the light of the taking of 12 nuns in Syria, Xavier Beauvois’ film about the assassination of Tibhirine is more powerful than ever

Simon Reeve is the ideal person to explore contemporary pilgrimage

His new BBC series resists the contemporary habit of dismissing everything religious as either valueless or meaningless

Canon John Redford was a great theologian who passionately defended Catholic doctrine

Remembering the gracious priest who worked at the Maryvale Institute for many years

The history of the Ottomans highlights the tension in Islam between religious and secular law

BBC series explores how the Suleiman the Magnificent submitted Sharia law to his own will