They won’t be organising Masses for themselves: they say they’ll just take over what’s already provided in Farm Street
Have the Soho Masses really been stopped? Their organisers are delighted: they have been put in charge of the new regime, and are bent on growth
The church where the Masses took place will be entrusted to Britain’s ordinariate
The Church has a great deal to offer homosexual people, says Archbishop Vincent Nichols
Secularist attacks on the Catholic faith get worse, on both sides of the Atlantic: here it’s the TUC; in the US (where at least there’s a fightback) it’s Obama
Now, Mother Angelica has drawn her sword: watch out!
Jeffrey John, Dean of St Albans, celibate homosexual and man of principle, twice denied a bishopric, may now sue the C of E: it would be a sad and secularist falling away
His non-appointment as Bishop of Southwark was a prime example of Anglicanism’s inability to think theologically
Archbishop Nichols says he is in favour of gay civil unions: but that legally includes the right to adopt. So why did we lose our adoption agencies?
The teaching of the Church on civil unions is clear enough: does the archbishop support it or not?
We know about the European Constitution: what has the High Court done to ours?
In March I received a sobering letter taking issue with the attitude of some Catholics to gays
The Westminster diocese is still encouraging grave sin by approving Masses for non-celibate gay people
It is a sign of the theological incoherence of Anglicanism that he will not be appointed to Southwark