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The hand of lead researcher Professor Peter Stoneley from the University of Reading, rests on a record of visits of the justices to Reading Prison opened to the page of July 10th 1896, where an inquiry was held about the health of poet Oscar Wilde. (PA)

Wilde knew all too well the spiritual shame that can follow moral transgression

'We have no right to condemn unless we are prepared to roll up our sleeves and help people' PA Photo: Ben Curtis.

Francis Phillips talks to founder of Life charity, Jack Scarisbrick

The annual's contents page

The poems, The Shadow Man and Noel, were originally published in Our Lady’s School magazine in 1936

Oxford is famously known as the 'city of dreaming spires' (PA)

Oxford has a disproprotionately high population of homeless people

Fr Timothy Radcliffe

Pope Francis names English Dominican priest as a consultor of the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace

Los Howl’d by William Blake, from A Small Book of Designs (1794)

William Blake emerges, not as a mad visionary, but as a fan of progressive Christianity in a new show at the Ashmolean

Praising pupils can be harmful

The inevitable result will be to open Catholic teachers up to increased scrutiny, pressures and complaints

Stanley v O'Neill - the bout that never was

Anyone who truly cares about women’s rights has to be prepared to look again at the evidence of what abortion on demand does to us

Christ Church College, Oxford (Wikipedia)

Expert says Christ Church college’s move contravenes the Education Act

Christ Church, Oxford (Wikipedia)

Oxford Students for Life have until 4pm today to find a new venue for their debate on abortion