St Mary’s University

Around four per cent of people who claim to be non-religious even say they pray daily

New research finds that some Catholic pupils are not receiving free meals despite their eligibility

When Francis Campbell was appointed vice-chancellor two years ago, the Catholic university was in crisis. Now revenues are up and so are student numbers

The signatories, who include the papal theologian, say the teaching set out in Humanae Vitae is in accord with the Bible and nature

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Graduates at St Mary’s, Britain’s oldest Catholic university, were addressed by Cardinal Nichols last week

John Charmley said the university aimed to educate ‘the whole person, body and spirit as well as intellect’

The Church has the highest retention rate of any denomination, but the lowest rate of conversions

I know from experience that religion is seen as prejudiced or irrelevant. But Catholics have a vital role to play in politics – as a new centre will demonstrate

The centre, at Britain’s largest Catholic university, seeks to ‘bring the riches of Catholic teaching into the national conversation’