The Aztec death cult was pitiless. The apparition of Our Lady changed that
In countries where priests face the constant risk of violent crime, they still go out, they still take risks. As in Kenya and elsewhere, so in Britain
Elderly will be under pressure to end their lives if assisted suicide law passes, say group of UK doctors
Nearly 80 doctors have written to the Daily Telegraph to express their concerns ahead of House of Commons debate
Mr Arafat was moved to tears by Mel Gibson’s film, The Passion of the Christ
Feminist propaganda has posited the idea that being at home with your children is less exciting than going into the work-place
Match to be played between St Peter’s Cricket Club and Church of England XI in September
Are the Holy Father’s informal and often confusing methods of communication undermining the teaching authority of his office? Is a period of papal reserve now overdue?
Pope Francis is popular with the secular media because they think he’s about to abandon the disciplines of the Church; and they have built him up by denigrating Benedict XVI
Now we know why Dawkins refused to sign that letter from atheists condemning Cameron’s ‘we are a Christian country’: could he be on the way to belief?
Belief in the theory of evolution is no reason for atheism as Dawkins supposes: Darwin himself insisted that the had never been an atheist
Paying tribute to a man who was brave, eccentric and generous
Standing up for Catholic beliefs in the public arena is a tough but vital task
Archbishop of Westminster calls rising poverty in affluent Britain ‘a disgrace’
The Church used to discuss this important subject a great deal, but in recent times the talking has stopped