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It tells us a simple fact: that God loves us, all of us, and died for us

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Our refusal to do the same has nothing to do with toleration: we just don’t have the political courage

One of the glories of the Triduum is the long and silent adoration at the Altar of Repose. One of its miseries is the attempt by misguided people to fill in the silence

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Is it too much to suggest that at the heart of the Western manner of dress is a reverence for the face, and that this springs from a religious impulse?

It hasn’t just been about singing ‘Danny Boy’: in Ulster it’s meant death and destruction

Last night saw the first receptions of groups into the ordinariate

A daily guide to what’s happening in the Catholic Church

Why a new play about Pope John Paul II offers an original, thought-provoking perspective on the man who became pope