This week Lord Deben writes on why the Pope’s encyclical on the environment makes us squirm and why the his critics are “acting like children”
Also online and in print…
Ann Widdecombe on the worst thing about secular Britain
Fr Raymond de Souza says the world’s sacred places are turning into slaughterhouses
Michael White on the young unknown at Aldeburgh who is bound for glory
Jack Carrigan writes about dictators who love the family unit
Bishop David McGough says St Peter and St Paul had just one thing in common
Fr John Zuhlsdorf on the future of the pallium
Exclusively in print…
Ed West says Israel needs to act fast to stop church vandals
James Delingpole suspects lobbyists have got to the Pontiff
No one can shrug off this papal challenge, says Chris Bain
Philip Booth thinks Francis is too gloomy about our century
Conrad Black hails a dazzling papal high-wire act
Mary Kenny on a euthanasia advocate’s grim trip to Auschwitz
Has Tim Stanley discovered the worst TV programme ever?
Jonathan Wright on Britain’s quest to create a utopia
Watch out for an African revolution at the synod, says Fr Alexander Lucie-Smith
Fr Ronald Rolheiser says it’s better to burn-out than rust-out
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