Comment and Features

The ousted chairman of the Vatican bank tells his side of the story for the first time

L’ex presidente della Banca Vaticana racconta la sua versione per la prima volta

Boxing legend Manny Pacquiao’s embracing of Protestantism means the Catholic Church in the Philippines has a fight on its hands

Neither man has the right answer to Britain’s difficulties, but if we look at their support, it can lead us to the right questions

Pope Francis faces a big challenge when he heads to Sri Lanka this month – dealing with the bitter hostility of the island’s extremist Buddhist monks

Locking up the Pope alienated millions of the faithful and was one of Bonaparte’s most stupid mistakes

Taki on how he took on the late Christopher Hitchens in the name of Catholicism

Non-believers aren’t as different to Christians as they think they are, says Jennifer Fulwiler

In an Iraqi Christian refugee camp old men savour memories of Christmas dinners and young mothers anxiously nurse their newborns

Cardinal Nichols reflects on his recent visit to the tiny Catholic community in Gaza