Charlie Hebdo

‘Every suspicious glance at religions injures believers,’ say the country’s bishops

From January 2015: Charlie Hebdo made fun of all religions, including ours – and sometimes that is needed

A daily guide to what’s happening in the Catholic Church

Michel Houellebecq and other French intellectuals may herald the end of the Left’s age

The BBC’s decision to scrap the job of Head of Religion and Ethics is part of a worrying trend

The family deserve better than to be made martyrs to the campaign to sensationalise grievances

‘We’re still trying to understand the savagery which erupted here,’ says Archbishop Michel Cartateguy

What makes a jihadist and an IRA leader lay down their weapons? Not tough new anti-terror laws that offer us a false sense of security

There may be the freedom to insult religious belief in a secular state, but holding it as a jewel in the crown of democracy is wrong