Fr Alexander Lucie-Smith

The intransigence of the British courts – and a large swathe of British opinion – makes the country look intolerant

Theresa May and Amber Rudd seem to have forgotten the virtue of charity

The proposed ban on male circumcision is another example of secular authorities itching to legislate on religious belief

Non-religious people seem to find it much easier to believe in Satan. Why is that?

The country has a history of putting unfit people in positions of power

French secularists got all they could have wanted years ago. So why are they still angry?

A new biography of the Prince of Wales is seriously lacking

As divisive identity politics takes over in both countries, Christian Democracy could be the antidote

The Church needs to tell people that hell is real – and every murder is a grave offence against God

Anti-Semitism, like all conspiracy theories, is an office against the truth, and therefore against God