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Bishop Philip Egan said an intolerant form of secularism posed a ‘grave threat’ to society

The chief executive of the gay rights group regularly attends Mass

The liberalisation of attitudes to homosexuality won’t make a difference to the vast majority of people

Engaging the Church’s most vocal critics is risky, but ultimately worthwhile

In the first of our interviews with prominent critics of the Church, the Stonewall chief executive explains his views on same-sex marriage, the adoption agencies and Soho Masses

Campaigners have expressed concern that the school invited the gay rights group to offer staff training

Catholic Care appeals after Charity Commission twice rejects application to assess only married heterosexuals and single people as adopters