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Pope links England’s riots to relativism

Policies must be rooted in objective values, says Benedict XVI in speech welcoming Britain’s new ambassador

When it comes to brotherly love, we’ve got a lot to learn from the Italians

Fr Alexander Lucie-Smith on why so little violent crime happens in Italy

Now we have proof that abolishing parental rights and encouraging single-parent families was disastrous: the disaster has happened

What was done by design can be undone the same way. But will there be enough political determination to do it?

Christianity is no longer the soul of public life: that’s why anarchy broke out last week

I felt depressed at the scenes on our streets, but not actually surprised

Has multiculturalism helped to tear our society apart? And was Tariq Jahan’s noble behaviour an implicit rejection of it, an appeal to common values?

The inquest continues; this is an important question we need to resolve

The Malaysian riots’ victim is a brilliant ambassador for his country and his faith

But where were the Catholics in all this?

Why didn’t the looters’ parents know where they were? Why didn’t they teach them about right and wrong? Answer: society has undermined the family

We need to back the authority of parents, police, teachers. ‘Children’s rights’ has led to disaster

I hope these riots are a wake-up call. Otherwise, London could end up as lawless as Nairobi

Tough decisions lie ahead

Archbishop says he is shocked by riots

Archbishop of Westminster calls for people to pray for the victims of rioting and looting across England