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Topic: Edmund Adamus

It is time Catholics confronted the Government’s ‘trojan horse’ threatening faith schools

OFSTED inspectors are imposing a rigid “Equalities Act” agenda on faith schools

Pope invites engaged couples to spend Valentine’s Day with him

Engaged couples can attend a special audience with Pope Francis on February 14

Debate: Is it helpful to describe British secular society as a ‘culture of death’?

Or is the phrase too hostile for non-believers to engage with it properly?

If Britain is the geopolitical epicentre of the culture of death, where do we put North Korea and China?

Exaggeration does us no favours in the abortion debate

Edmund Adamus said our society was hedonistic, anti-life and anti-family – all true. So why was he slapped down?

The last two popes have said it all: or should we keep quiet about that, too?

Debate: Is Britain a moral wasteland?

Or is it still a civilised, Christian country that leads the way on many moral issues?

What St Augustine would say to Clifford Longley about his Thought for the Day

The author of Confessions would have found the attempt to separate religion and spirituality incomprehensible or misleading

Morning Catholic must-reads: 24/08/10

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