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Fr Michael Kerper sheds light on some of the most nagging questions about Catholicism

A retreat – even a ‘strategic retreat’ – from the world feels more Orthodox than Catholic

The Order faces a difficult internal struggle as the proponents of ‘modernisation’ contend with fierce opposition

In the first round, French Catholics did not vote for either Macron or Le Pen. They face a dilemma at the ballot box this Sunday

Time magazine reporting of 1978 now looks both quaint and prescient. Then, as now, everything hangs on the choice of the next pope

The next evolution

Atheists will soon start to die out, according to demographic projections. So much for ‘secularisation theory’

Mainstream believers in the free market do not think that ‘all relationships that create ties must be eliminated’

The Church owes a significant debt to the order

It is true Walsingham is no Lourdes or Fatima but that is part of the appeal of the place

Ludovic Kennedy helped change the law, but a new book reveals he had a significant blind spot