Dan Hitchens

Progressives love to denounce Christian sexual ethics. But does secular liberalism have any answers?

Bishop John Keenan said the laity had sent ‘continual letters’ asking that Scotland be consecrated

Phyllis Zagano, a member of the Vatican commission on women deacons, said she couldn’t envisage women priests ‘at this point’

Fr Aidan Nichols said that Pope Francis’s teaching had led to an ‘extremely grave’ situation

A supposed ‘neurosis’ does not explain why so many Catholics have concerns about the present state of affairs

The Anglican philosopher, recently appointed to the Pontifical Academy for Life, has supported abortion up to 18 weeks

Four onetime members of parliament’s pro-life group lost their seats – and other Christian MPs were defeated

The Church was a leading force in the abolition of capital punishment, but some Catholics are endorsing it again

The cardinal said Catholics still stand for the traditional definition of marriage

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