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Should the Pope push through the canonisation of Pius XII?

A new book suggests the wartime pope used all the means within his power to help Jews

There’s a lot of talk about the Pope’s ‘hundred days’. That makes me nervous: Napoleon’s, after all, did not end well for him

The Pope has established himself as a pastor; now, he must assume his role as teacher and defender of the faith in a secular culture

Archbishop Chaput is an inspiring example for his priests and faithful

He has sold his £6m residence and is living among students at St Charles Borromeo seminary. Lay members of the Church need men like him

Debate: Does the next Pope need to be a CEO who can reform the Curia?

Or should the priority instead be on holiness and authoritative teaching?

Is it going too far to say that the Roman Curia is a ‘train wreck’? Probably not

It’s time for reform. No pontificate can reach its full potential with an incompetent Vatican bureaucracy

Islam is now our interfaith priority: all the same, debate on doctrine is futile

We should work towards fighting secularism rather than reaching an agreement on theology

Attacks build up on the ‘Taliban’ and the ‘McCarthyites’ of the Catholic blogosphere

But all they want is to get the Church back for the faith

The Wild West of the blogosphere can revitalise the Church

The full text of Anna Arco’s speech at the World Press Congress in Rome last week