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Fr Mark Drew

The Pope’s agonising dilemma

A new year, in the Church as elsewhere, is a time to take stock of past progress and evaluate future prospects. In the Vatican,...

FAMILY SYNOD: Fr Mark Drew

Why Rome is looking East By strengthening the synod of bishops Pope Francis hopes to boost the chances of unity between Catholics and Orthodox...

FAMILY SYNOD: Fr Mark Drew

Why Rome is looking East By strengthening the synod of bishops Pope Francis hopes to boost the chances of unity between Catholics and Orthodox...

The Pope Emeritus experiment is working

Two years ago Benedict XVI became the first Pope Emeritus in the Catholic Church’s history. Thanks to his wisdom and restraint the historic innovation...

The Pope’s agonising dilemma

A new year, in the Church as elsewhere, is a time to take stock of past progress and evaluate future prospects. In the Vatican,...

FAMILY SYNOD: Fr Mark Drew

Why Rome is looking East By strengthening the synod of bishops Pope Francis hopes to boost the chances of unity between Catholics and Orthodox...

FAMILY SYNOD: Fr Mark Drew

Why Rome is looking East By strengthening the synod of bishops Pope Francis hopes to boost the chances of unity between Catholics and Orthodox...

The Pope Emeritus experiment is working

Two years ago Benedict XVI became the first Pope Emeritus in the Catholic Church’s history. Thanks to his wisdom and restraint the historic innovation...