Dan Hitchens

On Sunday April 29, more than 10,000 Catholics will gather around Britain’s coast to say the rosary

The move was opposed by mothers who kept their babies after receiving help from the vigils

The New York Times columnist on the marriage debate, the trouble with liberal theology, and his struggle with illness

The Vatican official criticised the ‘myopia’ of those making ‘continued attacks’ on Vatican rapprochement with China

A deal with China may involve cutting ties with a state Beijing sees as a rebel province

Benedict’s past statements mean his letter was inevitably of interest

The preparatory committee includes bishops who have entertained some distinctly radical ideas

The internet is changing the way people cross the Tiber

The cardinal believes reception of Communion depends on ‘conscience’. Does his reasoning add up?

Cardinal Cupich called for a ‘paradigm shift’ in pastoral practice and said that the Pope recognised the need to ‘listen’ to abuse survivors