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

The Vatican’s liturgy chief said priests should view the proposed change as ‘something good for the Church, something good for our people’

Since Friday, Chesterton’s prophecy of popular uprising has been quoted everywhere

Two things drove the anger behind Brexit: a decline in living standards, and a feeling of powerlessness

The centre, at Britain’s largest Catholic university, seeks to ‘bring the riches of Catholic teaching into the national conversation’

The prime minister said ‘ethical issues’ must be taken into account

The cardinal said Britain could make ‘a vital contribution’ to the renewal of the EU

The cardinal said that Pope Francis had offered ‘a much deeper understanding’ of discernment

Lord Alton said the rejection of an amendment to the Immigration Bill was a ‘lamentable failure’ by Parliament

US Secretary of State says ISIS is genocidal in both its ideology and actions towards Yazidis, Christians and Shia