Cardinal Hume was wrong to seek respectability within the English Establishment
Do we really have to continue reading the tone-deaf, flat-footed Jerusalem Bible at Mass?
Certainly something very striking is going on: are there here, really, reasons for hope?
As an ordinariate looks set to be established by next week, the debate about married priests reopens
Sir Derek Jacobi is wrong to think that Shakespeare could not have written his own plays; the greatest poet and dramatist of all times was an Englishman and a Catholic
The Catholic Herald predicts the big stories of 2011
After all, the mighty are being put down from their seats and the humble exalted
Liturgy must draw us towards the world beyond, says Fr John Zuhlsdorf. That’s how we can wake up our faith