Bishop Kieran Conry

The papal visit, says one, is an ‘outpouring of grace’; the ordinariate, says the other, a ‘journey of faith’: not what I would have predicted

Bishop of Arundel and Brighton says Catholics are still talking about the papal visit and ‘the outpouring of grace that was witnessed’

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This year, Twelfth Night will be on day eight: give us a break

General secretary of the English and Welsh bishops’ conference is charged with finding ways of re-emphasising Lent as penitential season

Can smiley pumpkins, window lights and saints’ costumes really replace pointy hats, plastic fangs and pasty make-up?

Pumpkins should have smiley expressions and have crosses cut into the foreheads, according to a campaign endorsed by bishops

If our bishops put the boot in to the New Atheists now, wouldn’t that rebound on us?

The BBC asked me this twice in one morning. And the reason is simple: it’s a matter of obedience. Nobody said being a Catholic was easy

When it comes to evangelisation, the two of them seem to be heading in opposite directions