For England to become truly English, we ourselves must become what God wants us to be
Several diocesanpolicies have raised questions about canonical legitimacy
In 1636 much of London was in lockdown. Individuals with bubonic plague were sent to the “pesthouse” or locked in
Governing the Church is never easy. It is especially difficult when everyone is looking to Rome and to the Pope
Loved ones ill or even dying; fear everywhere; the healthy cowering at home; jobs on the scrapheap; nations in lockdown.
Sunday Mass, if we were able to go to it, would be a bit longer these weeks, even without the
I have followed so many debates and discussions about assisted dying and euthanasia that I had almost begun to get
Puzzle solved SIR – I would like to congratulate David Keys for his article “The return of St Eanswythe” (Cover
Mary McAleese is still leaving the Catholic Church. Or considering it at least. Or threatening it. The former president of
Coronavirus has caught America off-guard. One can see it not only in the belated reactions of public officials, but in
Public participation in the celebration of the Mass is not, for now, possible. This is a sacrifice we have to make.