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June 01, 2017
June 01, 2017
Reports show the current approach is dangerous and ineffective. Catholic schools must show a better alternative
June 01, 2017
St Robert Southwell heroically ministered to the faithful in Elizabethan England
June 01, 2017
Take a look inside this week's Catholic Herald
June 01, 2017
Fr Sosa also said that if there were women deacons, 'more doors' could open afterwards
June 01, 2017
'Today, in one moment, we became orphans,' said his successor, Archbishop Shevchuk
June 01, 2017
The fuss we make about giving up sweets seems ridiculous when a billion Muslims aren’t even drinking water. Catholics once took abstinence seriously
June 01, 2017
There are formidable challenges ahead, but we need not panic
June 01, 2017
As political cartoonist at the Evening Standard, I hope to keep alive a distinguished tradition of mischief making
June 01, 2017
Is Pope Francis a Marxist? That is one of the questions that has swirled around this pontificate since Francis first walked out onto the loggia overlooking St Peter’s Square on March 13, 2013. In his apostolic exhortation Evangelii Gaudium, released that same year, he said that the global financial system was one that “kills”, and
June 01, 2017
✣ Pope and president meet for the first time What happened? President Donald Trump made an official visit to the Vatican to meet Pope Francis as part of a nine-day overseas tour. Also present were the First Lady, Melania Trump; Donald Trump’s daughter Ivanka and his son-in-law Jared, now both administration officials; and the US Secretary
June 01, 2017
✣ Highlights from the week online Francis’s bishops: an uneasy relationship The Pope is hoping to reshape the Church with the support of bishops, said Sandro Magister in L’Espresso. But apart from Italy, “The only national episcopates that he can count on today are those of Germany, Austria, and Belgium, nations in which the Catholic
June 01, 2017
The bishop of Portsmouth has expressed concern at the Catholic Education Service’s document on homophobic bullying, saying it had clearly been influenced by gay rights groups. In an interview with LifeSiteNews, Bishop Philip Egan said the document, titled “Made in God’s Image”, includes “quite a bit of ‘cut and paste’” from materials produced by Stonewall