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She is free at last, but Pakistan’s Christians still suffer – and Western leaders are doing little to help them

The word seemed to have lost its force, but in the age of Trump and Francis it’s making a comeback

Secular admirers extol his many achievements, but ignore his debt to Catholicism.

As a physicist, I have no trouble believing in the Resurrection. But there is a deeper theological mystery

The Church in the Americas is sounding the alarm over a macabre new devotion

The worldwide persecution of Christians is likely to intensify in the coming decades. Can anything be done to stop it?

Christian democracy helped create order in post-war Europe, but has largely surrendered to liberalism. It’s time for a rethink

Mass attendance is up 12 per cent a year. Income has more than doubled. Here’s what I’ve learned in the process

The internet has given dictatorships powerful new tools to harass religious minorities