Liberalism

Never mind integralism. The Church and its members can show civil society the path out of the present crisis

In our age of extremes, some Catholics seem eager to attack liberalism. The implications are worrying

The saint’s writings can help Catholics to judge regimes as more or less ideal

Ross Douthat and others hope for a stable truce between Christianity and aggressive liberalism. That’s just wishful thinking

A roundup of commentary on the Lib Dem leader’s decision to step down

Most people instinctively feel threatened by the postmodern redefinition of gender. Their instincts are correct

A new politics of values is replacing an empty politics of freedom for its own sake

Today, the Catholic left is known for dissent. But we can hope for a politics that’s both radical and orthodox

The former Bishop of Durham got people talking about religion but was wrong in his approach to dogmatic theology

The German Church, defined by centuries of tension with Rome, is regarded as a bastion of liberalism. But Teutonic Catholicism is much more diverse than outsiders realise