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Topic: England

We should bring the Courtyard of the Gentiles to England

Promoting dialogue between believers and non-believers will enrich our national conversation

This is still a Christian culture: but the Law Society is now encouraging Sharia principles that are deeply hostile to our values

Our democracy is built on the fundamental principle that we are one nation and that there is one law for everyone

Hail, glorious St Patrick!

But beware the dangerous new tradition that paints 20th century Ireland as a grim theocracy

16,500 respond to survey on family ahead of Extraordinary Synod

Details of questionnaire responses from Catholics in England and Wales will remain confidential

Cardinal Pell: Ashes revenge is sweet

‘Turn the other cheek doesn’t quite fit the England–Australia battle,’ says Australian cardinal

Cricket Australia is still very lofty about ‘The Spirit of Cricket’. After their team’s loutish pleasure in humiliating England, they have a nerve

The Australian captain told one English player to ‘get ready for a broken arm’. Is this really what the Ashes is all about now?

The servant-saint who was held up as an example by her masters

The body of St Zita (Aprl 27) is paraded through the streets of Lucca every year

St George: the soldier-saint of which little is known for sure

St George (April 23) is patron saint not only of England, but also Russia, Palestine, Greece and Catalonia

He might not have stepped foot in England, but don’t denigrate St George

We should be proud of our international soldier-saint

Cardinal O’Brien is surely right about Scottish independence from England: but what about English independence from the Scots?

Just as between England and Ireland, our relationship after independence would be less distorted by mutual resentment