The IVF industry is out of control, says Philippa Taylor. Can anyone rein it in?
Constance Watson meets the friars evangelising Britain from a cupboard.
A new book on 16th-century martyrdoms will make you want to vomit, says Simon Caldwell.
Also in this week’s issue…
Dan Hitchens asks what’s changed 10 years after Summorum Pontificum
Jenny McCartney says there’s more to Westminster than greasers and fixers
Colin Brazier on the Indian solution to the social care crisis
John and Anne Duddington says not even the Church cares for carers
William Cash watches would-be MPs acting like schoolboys
Julia Samuel presents eight ways to help the bereaved
Mary Kenny on what Tatler gets wrong about dinner parties
A death row doctor enters the capital punishment debate
Michael Duggan on the discovery of the world’s oldest Christian hymn
James Butler dives into China’s jostling religious marketplace
Pastor Iuventus on the spiritual director seminarians really need
Andrew M Brown says Eric Gill was neither saint nor monster
Fr Ronald Rolheiser on how to find your moral blind spot
Plus 12 pages of news and analysis – and much more.
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