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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

There may only be 18 million Eastern Rite Catholics, but they make an astonishing contribution to the global Church

There was undoubtedly a good spirit at the summit, but storm clouds are ahead

The impending canonisation of Blessed John Henry Newman opens the way to his recognition as one of the great theologians

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