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January 08, 2016
Fr Alexander Lucie-Smith
The thin end of the wedge has proved true in the ex-Catholic country
January 08, 2016
Jonathan Luxmoore
'Every suspicious glance at religions injures believers,' say the country's bishops
January 08, 2016
Staff Reporter
Albert Gubay, founder of Kwik Save, gave half of his money to Church causes
January 08, 2016
Simon Caldwell
Family of elderly cancer sufferer are suing the care home for not allowing a doctor to administer a lethal injection on its premises
January 08, 2016
Luke Coppen
A daily guide to what's happening in the Catholic Church
January 07, 2016
Simon Caldwell
Cardinal Gracias says he will personally ask the Pope to open the Cause of the 2008 martyrs
January 07, 2016
Staff Reporter
The crozier of St Pope Gregory the Great will be at Canterbury Cathedral this weekend
January 07, 2016
Mary O'Regan
Praying, offering up our sufferings and doing our best to socialise may help us through
January 07, 2016
Simon Caldwell
Film, called 'A Call to Battle', asks Catholic men to 'fill the breach' caused by the crisis in the family
January 07, 2016
Fr Mark Drew
This year Francis must make one of the hardest choices any pope has faced for decades. Whatever he decides, there is likely to be great upheaval in the Church
January 07, 2016
Staff Reporter
A sneak preview of this week's magazine
January 07, 2016
Fr Ronald Rolheiser
Taste, as St Augustine said some 1,700 years ago, is subjective. That should be acknowledged upfront whenever someone recommends a reading list. In my case, I need to state too that I’m not a full-time critic. It’s not as if I’ve read 200 books this past year and these rose to the top. I read