This week we bring you an exclusive report on the threat to freedom of expression for pro-life students in Cardiff, the diocese that is converting all of its schools to academies and how a beloved church in Preston has been rescued from closure. We also report on the death of US Navy captain, Jeremiah Denton, who survived his seven-year Vietnam War imprisonment by praying the rosary, and we have original analysis from our Rome correspondent, Edward Pentin, of the Queen’s historic visit to the Vatican.

Soho’s gutsy parish priest Fr Alexander Sherbrooke tells Mark Greaves what Mother Teresa taught him through peeling an orange and four experts reveal what they think is wrong with Catholic education. Will Gore reviews the ‘jet black comedy’ Calvary and Brendan O’Neill explains why John Locke must be spinning in his grave following the ousting of Mozilla CEO, Brendan Eich.