Articles categorised "Hungarian"
The Daniel Pelka case reveals our reluctance to stand up to evil
Monday, 5 August 2013
For the sake of a quiet life how often are we prepared to let things pass that we know to be wrong?
Reports: Pope Francis meets transgender man at the Vatican
Pope Francis says ‘ecumenism of blood’ is uniting Christians
Sarah Teather MP to join Jesuit Refugee Service
It’s hard not to take the Pope’s remarks about big families personally
Morning Catholic must-reads: 26/01/15
No, the Jesuits didn’t start World War I
As Catholics let us show our solidarity with Jews
Pope Francis’s comments on the Big Bang are not revolutionary. Catholic teaching has long…
By sharing our faith we can start to change the culture around us
Remembering Churchill: a leader who refused to follow convention
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