There are some wounds that time simply doesn’t heal. One of them is the twinge of resentment Catholics feel at
Last week in Rome was the story of two resignations: one long since submitted and at long last accepted; the
On Monday last week, the Anscombe Bioethics Centre in Oxford hosted a centenary symposium to remember the great Catholic philosopher
We did not have to wait long after the conclave of 2005 for an authoritative account of the voting behind
What happened? The British Government has distanced itself from an official letter which claimed that Christianity is a violent religion.
What happened? Xi Jinping has completed his trip to Rome – without visiting its best-known resident. The Chinese president came
Pope Francis will release his post-synodal apostolic exhortation next Tuesday, April 2. The document, titled Christus vivit (Christ lives) will