Summorum Pontificum

Five years on, his resignation is still shocking

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Here’s how the Catholic Herald greeted the release of Summorum Pontificum in July 2007

Marriage and baptism are not bourgeois rites of passage. We need to make them easier

Cardinal Sarah uses the term ‘reconciliation’ because moving towards his vision begins with a change of heart

Despite predictions of chaos and division, Pope Benedict’s Motu Proprio has enriched the church

The Vatican’s liturgy chief said ‘high-ranking prelates’ were affirming ‘obvious doctrinal, moral and liturgical errors’

Benedict XVI’s resignation and his enigmatic life as Pope Emeritus have inspired ludicrous conspiracy theories. It’s time to put them to rest

During the reign of Benedict XVI, blogging became a mighty instrument in the hands of conservative Catholics. But the medium soon revealed a darker side

Composers all over the world are hungry to write sacred music