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Bishop John Keenan of Paisley welcomed proposals to punish universities that clamp down on free speech

The ‘no-platformers’ are trying to silence a conversation which, as polling shows, is far from over

Around 15 students shouted ‘at top volume’ to disrupt an event on Ireland’s abortion referendum

The Catholic University of Louvain has initiated ‘disciplinary proceedings’ against Stéphane Mercier

Campaigners gave a cautious welcome to the news, but said it would not solve the problem of campus censorship, which has affected pro-life societies

The author discusses faith at university, friendships with atheists, and the old Mass and the new

We should be wary of well-meaning attempts to regulate speech – even when they’re supposed to protect Catholics

Graduates at St Mary’s, Britain’s oldest Catholic university, were addressed by Cardinal Nichols last week

John Charmley said the university aimed to educate ‘the whole person, body and spirit as well as intellect’

Yale has responded diplomatically to student demands. But the wider attack on traditional Western culture should be resisted