The Archbishop of Dublin says Church faces huge task in communicating its message to young people
The economic crisis, corruption and political dysfunction have left the Irish longing for a vision of society that has more to it than property prices. Is the Church up to the challenge?
Not turning up to vote displays a lack of charity towards fellow citizens
The Vatican is now insisting that the LCWR act in a Catholic manner. What could be simpler?
Twenty years after it first aired, the clerical sitcom remains one of Britain’s best-loved TV shows – yet Catholics remain split over how relentlessly it pokes fun at the Church
$400,000 is being provided to relief programmes sponsored by the Catholic Church in Ukraine
The appointment of Mgr Charles Scicluna as the new Archbishop of Malta is very good news for the Maltese Islands
The Scottish Catholic International Aid Fund is helping farmers in Malawi
The Professor shows himself the master of the soundbite when he describes British values as ‘queuing, drunkenness and loving pets’