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Those proposing change have not shown how it can be reconciled with Scripture, Tradition and the Magisterium

The Church has always taught that moral absolutes are necessary to the formation of conscience

The author says theological differences make ecumenical dialogue hard – but not hopeless

Archbishop Justin Welby has said Government officials dismiss Christians as ‘a bit bonkers’

A clear statistical picture is a key part of Christian mission

Female ordination and sexuality are surface issues. The root of the problem lies in different views on Scripture and tradition

Religious leaders will participate in a three-day event celebrating the first World Day of Prayer

Christianity without nostalgia

In my journey to the Catholic Church, I realised that liberal Christianity and religious cultural conservatism have a common flaw

Hostility from the authorities, and apathy from its own clergy, have put the Ordinariate’s future in danger. But there could be a simple solution

July 1 marks the 100th anniversary of the first day of the Battle of the Somme, the bloodiest day in the history of the British Army