Paul VI

Modern-day Pharisees are trying to get round the Church’s teaching on objective right and wrong. Their next target? Humanae Vitae

Eucharisticum Mysterium, issued on May 25 1967, shows the conflict between innovation and tradition

We should be wary of well-meaning attempts to regulate speech – even when they’re supposed to protect Catholics

Fifty years on, we publish a translation of the CDF’s ‘Clarification’ and ‘Ordinance’ regarding Paul VI’s Integrae Servandae

A Kazakhstani archbishop has said that the Church must defend Christ’s teaching on marriage

The reintroduction of meat-free Fridays was a thoroughly excellent bit of episcopal business

The eco-encyclical won’t commit the Church to unsettled science

Paul VI is synonymous with Humanae Vitae, but we have forgotten that he was a revolutionary pontiff in Francis’s mould

If the synod is badly handled we will have to live with the results for years to come

Despite severe challenges, the Church did not enter a steep decline the end of the pontiff’s reign