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Sir Edward Leigh said the new curriculum must respect parents’ rights

Social isolation won’t be solved by intimidating the religious into conforming to metropolitan liberalism

Francis Campbell, Britain’s former ambassador to the Holy See, said Catholic schools challenged ‘group-think’ in society

Bishop Egan says ‘everything should be done to create an authentic Christian ethos’

The more Catholic schools we have, the more we will be tempted to dilute our Catholic identity

Some think that selection contradicts the very idea of being Catholic. This is why they are wrong

Graduates at St Mary’s, Britain’s oldest Catholic university, were addressed by Cardinal Nichols last week

The centre, at Britain’s largest Catholic university, seeks to ‘bring the riches of Catholic teaching into the national conversation’

Michael McGrath, director of the Scottish Catholic Education Service, said that Green party policy would bring an end to state-funded Catholic education in Scotland

She never had any children, but as a dormitory mistress she lavished her maternal gifts on us