Stephen Bullivant

With Humanae Vitae in mind, I have a couple of questions about Confession that need answering

American Evangelical churches pack in more than 2,000 worshippers every week. Our parishes have much to learn from them

Last year, I was writing on mental illness and the Incarnation. It’s nice to have a common-or-garden sickness instead

When my host invited me to help teach the next class, I didn’t realise what I was getting myself into

Little acts of public piety make me feel self-conscious. Am I just being English?

The Church’s history can be horrifically distressing – I’ve long warned my first-year theology students about it

Rigid? Disapproving? Some younger worshippers fit the description

With few prayerful thoughts to call my own, I have relied on the piety of others

Church doctrine and canonical legislation can be complicated to navigate. Dubia seek to end confusion on all sorts of topics

This app could be the end to Catholics wasting hours on holiday trying to find a local Mass