MEP Margot Parker says her party has a strong Catholic contingent that wants to build bridges with the Church
Why has it proven so hard for the Better Together campaign to galvinise enthusiastic support for our union?
The decline of political party membership in Britain has profound and depressing implications for religion
We seem to be moving away from mass movements towards a more atomised society. What can we do about it?
Amendment that would prevent abortion providers offering counselling is defeated by a majority of 250
Report by MPs points to damaging effect that EBacc will have on religious education
The archbishop’s arguments were derived from Left-wing politics, not the Christian religion
Debate: Should Catholic bishops follow Rowan Williams’s example and intervene more forcefully in politics?
Or should they only intervene when they have the weight of the Magisterium behind them?
Imaginative Catholics can help to secure a new civil settlement for our times, says Greg Clark
Labour and Tory MPs are tabling amendments to a new health bill that they say will dramatically reduce the number of abortions in Britain