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Topic: Mother Teresa

This is what we must do to avoid looking cruel in the assisted suicide debate

What I learned from talking to passers-by outside Parliament as peers debated the Assisted Dying Bill

Mother Teresa sent me a personal message bashed out on an old typewriter. This is what it said

Our correspondence 24 years ago shows what motivated her – love

What can we learn from Mother Teresa?

For the Albanian saint living Jesus’s example was more important than politics

Why, in today’s paper, I wrote that it was Pope John Paul who made it possible for me (with many others) at last to be received into the Church

He re-established the simple but immense fact of the Church’s authority to declare the objective truth of Catholic doctrine

Should Pope Francis have abandoned the trappings of his office? The media image now is of a pontiff rejecting the traditions of the Church

Pope Benedict was no less a pontiff of profound personal humility because he wore red shoes and lived in the papal apartments

‘I sat with John Paul as Communism crumbled’

Ed West talks to the man who has has joined Desmond Tutu, the Dalai Lama, and Billy Graham on the list of Templeton Prize winners

The message every blogger should have pinned at their top of their screens

Bishop Philip Egan is right: we have to speak the truth – but always with love

Hillary Clinton need not be a nightmare for Catholics

Mother Teresa persuaded Clinton to open a home for orphaned children, and we should follow the feisty nun’s example

Christians should transform the present not pine for the past

Buildings can decay, religious communities die but each generation invariably throws up new holy people who run with the torch of the Christian faith

Ask Christ to renew in you the grace of his priesthood in these days of enormous challenge

CDF prefect urges beleaguered Scottish priests to have faith in time of trial