Or is that a distraction from the real task of preparing for Holy Week and Easter?
Or are there some modern churches that really do inspire devotion and raise people’s spirits to God?
Is it primarily the fault of the Church or of the Catholics who have left it?
Should we always encourage people to convert or can there be good reasons not to cross the Tiber?
Or are they a crucial step along the way towards unity?
Will it enhance the liturgical life of the Church, or is it just a lot of extra hassle for priests?
As an ordinariate looks set to be established by next week, the debate about married priests reopens
Or is it a breath of fresh air in the fusty world of Vatican communications?
The former British prime minister argued that religion was a force for good against atheist and journalist Christopher Hitchens in a televised debate in Canada
Is this a magnificent breakthrough or a pathway to compromise on critical issues?