Michael Warren Davis

The city’s transit authority said it could only run a Christmas ad by the Archdiocese if it was more ‘commercial’

After the abuse crisis, priests are considered guilty until proven innocent

There’s a danger the feast will suffer the same fate as St Paddy’s Day

Israel’s friends need to call out its unjustified treatment of Palestine’s Christian community

The secular lobby targets Catholic schools and hospitals with lawsuits, but there is a fightback

It might baffle Catholics elsewhere, but in England many supporters of clerical marriage are conservative

The archbishop may have given the most important homily for many years

The Vatican appears to be heading for an unprecedented mixed verdict

It’s bad manners to discuss the terrible effects of sin. Waugh, like the authors of the correction, broke the taboo

Even a left-wing public radio station is enthralled by this ‘son of a lord’ who ‘sounds like a character out of Downton Abbey’