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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

Harvey Hawkins with his younger brother Jayden

Five-year-old Harvey Hawkins was diagnosed with a colloid cyst in his brain

The John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford (PA)

Campaigning against abortion leaves Catholics open to hostility, but that’s more reason to take up the placards and join a prayer-vigil

Mgr Keith Newton distributes Communion during the first public Ordinariate Use Mass at the Church of Our Lady of the Assumption and St Gregory in October  (Dylan Parry/ordinariate Flickr photostream)

Ex-Anglicans break out of the ghetto

Thanks to Pope Francis the ordinariate is no longer only for former Anglicans

A court sketch of the men convicted yesterday (Photo: PA)

It is in fact a dilemma for their religious community and not for the “Asian” community – if such a thing exists

Fr Joseph Tobin meets Pope Benedict XVI in 2008. He is flanked by Cardinal Franc Rodé (CNS photo/L’Osservatore Romano)

‘Life without tension would be boring’

Anna Arco meets an American priest who has agreed, with some reluctance, to take a senior role in the Roman Curia

Gill and Gill sold everything from tools and tin tacks to scythes and wax candles (photo courtesy of the Oxford Times)

Gill and Gill traded under 20 monarchs and 76 prime ministers: now we are living in a new and impersonal world