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Topic: family

The ‘family’ is not a weird Catholic obsession

The family is vital to our health, wealth, happiness and freedom

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

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

Family breakdown should be a concern to us all, irrespective of our religious beliefs

The Church used to discuss this important subject a great deal, but in recent times the talking has stopped

Archbishop Nichols says fatherhood should be celebrated

Archbishop tells Citizens UK summit the best example a father can give his children is to love and respect their mother

How can we revive family life in Britain?

The family is the original safety net. But, for many of us, it’s just not there any more

No one wants to talk about the morality of IVF

We, too, are complicit in this silence when the question comes up with friends and we say nothing

Cherie Blair says it’s ‘dangerous’ for women to stay at home to look after their children, who benefit if their mother works. But the evidence says not

She says women should have a choice: except, it seems, if they choose to disagree with her

A Michelin-starred chef on why families should always eat together

It matters more than you think, says Richard Corrigan

Sweden is discovering the cost of pushing mothers back into work

Its wraparound child care system is a dangerous social experiment that has damaged family life

The Children’s Society has repudiated its support for the traditional married family, with Archbishop Sentamu’s backing: is he aware what he has done?

If so, is this a new development in Anglican opinion?