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David Cameron: the message the Pope brought to Britain is ‘relevant today’

Prime Minister marks first anniversary of papal visit to Britain

The Pope is right: the riots were a product of relativism – a rejection, and not only by the rioters, of objective moral values

As the psalmist declaimed, ‘it is a people that do err in their heart’. We do need a ‘Big Society’: but on what will it be built?

Tory MP urges Cameron to crack down on churches that refuse to hold same-sex ceremonies

Conservative MP for Portslade and Hove has ‘over-stepped the mark’, says Bishop Kieran Conry

A Conservative MP wants to ‘untangle unions and religion’ by making it illegal to refuse gay unions in church. Impossible? Maybe not

Mr Cameron has already sold the pass over religious liberty

The lessons of Nadine Dorries’s bungled attempt to reform abortion rules

The episode has exposed the cowardice of the Coalition Government

Why didn’t the looters’ parents know where they were? Why didn’t they teach them about right and wrong? Answer: society has undermined the family

We need to back the authority of parents, police, teachers. ‘Children’s rights’ has led to disaster

My heart sank when I heard the Pope’s holiday reading advice

I’m not sure I can sit on the beach, surrounded by grandchildren, and read the Book of Job

My scripture suggestions for Cameron, Clegg and Miliband

Three books in particular spring to mind

Debate: Should Catholic bishops follow Rowan Williams’s example and intervene more forcefully in politics?

Or should they only intervene when they have the weight of the Magisterium behind them?

Archbishop calls Big Society vision ‘an opportunity’

His view contrasts with those of Dr Rowan Williams, who this week described the Big Society as a ‘painfully stale slogan’