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Topic: Jesus Christ

Catholic Herald View: It’s too early to write off the synod as a failure

After an ugly and jarring fortnight, the synod fathers are now back on course

Francis: If laws don’t lead people to Jesus, they are obsolete

During morning homily Pope says Jesus ‘did things the scholars of the law did not like’

Confused by the synod? Remember, love is the fulfilment of the Law

The concept of gradualism is as old as Christianity itself

‘Abuse crisis is not a thing of the past,’ says Irish archbishop

Archbishop Diarmuid Martin of Dublin speaks at child safeguarding conference

Summorum Pontificum has put us in touch with our history

Seven years ago Benedict XVI’s motu proprio liberated the traditional Latin Mass from all restrictions

Pope points to St John the Baptist as model for evangelising

John the Baptist knew his role was ‘to prepare people for an encounter with the Lord,” says Francis

Why are British Catholics so bad at celebrating the birth of St John the Baptist?

Riotous bonfires, a special mass and celebratory feasting should be at the heart of the ‘Summer Christmas’

Jesus knew how to cook, says Italian theologian

Jesus ‘practised the culinary arts,’ writes Father Giovanni Cesare Pagazzi in new book

Pontius Pilate should have listened to his wife

Pilate’s wife appears in one verse of St Matthew’s Gospel proclaiming Jesus’s innocence

Pope Francis is sending us all out on a joyful mission

We are each called to spend time on our neighbours, drawing our strength from prayer