Secularists claim the war memorial violates the separation of church and state

He apologised for ‘errors in not properly acknowledging individuals and attributing sources in my writings’

Bishops fear the law will ‘nourish fear and intolerance’

The Director ad interim of the Press Office of the Holy See, Alessandro Gisotti, has denied rumours Pope emeritus Benedict XVI suffered a stroke.

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Auxiliary Bishop Joseph Ha Chi-shing rallied with thousands of Christians overnight

Archbishop Aupetit stressed the purpose of Notre-Dame as a place of Christian worship, and not an ornament of the secular state

The document says the Church should ‘overcome the rigidity of a discipline that excludes and alienates’

‘Everyone knows that somewhere out there extremely dangerous people are running around who could attack again at any time’

Fr Carlos Eugenio Irarrázaval Errazuriz was forced to apologize to the Jewish community earlier this month

Places like Harvard show us what a post-Christian future might look like – merciless and illiberal

Versaldi said the document is a ‘practical manual’ rather than a theoretical or abstract guide

What should a Catholic do if invited to participate in ‘Pride’ events?

The state has no right to impose an ideology on parents

As a chaplain to the Order, I try to serve everyone according to their preferred rite. This new directive is a misstep

The Ahmari-French debate reminds us of the dangers of compromise

Norman Stone’s book is sheds light on this often mysterious nation

The Bransfield report raises questions over the practice of gift giving, but it’s much more common than many people think

In the light of Pope Francis’s update to the rules, there may be an inquiry into exactly what happened

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