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A book by former director-general of the BBC, Mark Thompson, makes a case for the importance of rediscovering a shared language

Peter Tatchell is right, free speech is one of the most precious human rights and must be defended at all costs

Cardinal Nichols urged people not to fall for ‘great lie’ of assisted suicide during homily for the Day for Life

Join the discussion on the family synod’s mid-term report

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?