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After Paul VI released Humanae Vitae 50 years ago, Catholics split into warring tribes

In person or in prayer, Adoremus will be a time of special grace

The cardinal allegedly exploited the ambitions of seminarians in order to prey on them

A book provides inspiration for those who think that saintliness is not for them

As family coherence becomes a memory, we’ve developed a taste for watching tight-knit families on our screens

The ‘god-tsarists’ form the most vocal and best organised minority in the Russian Orthodox Church

The Conventual Franciscans are experiencing a revival in England

While priests need admin skills, experience shows that turning the Church into a business leads to disaster

Cardinal Nichols asks whether our schools live up to John Henry Newman’s ideals

They may be distasteful, but banning things sets a dangerous precedent