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‘We have become mission territory again,’ says Lord Nicholas Windsor

The danger to Western Christians doesn’t come from sword-and-sandals tyrants, but from an enforced code of etiquette

Archbishop Anthony Fisher on threats to the Seal of Confession, the youth synod and what to do about ‘bad bishops’

Peter was a cradle Catholic who lapsed from the faith. Years later, as he lay dying, came an extraordinary turn of events

Not all women’s religious orders are shrinking. Some are growing at an astounding rate. What is their secret?

From Cameroon to the United States, Catholics are seeking liberation from demonic forces

The Church may be growing and indeed thriving across the world, but the next 12 months will not be easy for the Holy Father

In every diocese in the world, faith-filled priests and lay people have given a heroic witness to Christ

When Newman’s friends called him a saint, he insisted he was a mere writer. But now Rome has accepted a second miracle

Increasing numbers of Catholics are embracing the belief that money can buy divine rewards