David V Barrett

Nearly 80 doctors have written to the Daily Telegraph to express their concerns ahead of House of Commons debate

The declining number of people attending church services means there is no longer a need for a Catholic priest

Iain Duncan Smith’s critics say there is ‘clear evidence’ that sick and disabled people have been harmed by cuts

Fr Matthew O’Gorman, Fr Mark Higgins and Fr James Cadman were former pupils at a south London school and have all been ordained this year

While in Broadmoor, Richard Dadd created astonishingly complex and beautiful paintings

The final Mass at St Austin’s, Grassendale, was held last week

The House of Commons will debate a new assisted suicide Bill on September 11

English prelate sends message ahead of anniversary of Poland’s conversion

‘The cease-fire is being violated’, Catholic leader says

Abuse survivor Peter Saunders strongly criticised the cardinal in an Australian television programme