Liberal Catholics have lost their revolutionary fervour. What’s next, asks Matthew Schmitz
Pope Francis has kept his distance from St John Paul II, says Fr Raymond de Souza. Will next week be the moment that changes?
Music biopics are hazardous territory, observes Will Gore. A new Chet Baker film shows how to get it right
Ed West reviews Tom Holland’s biography of Athelstan – England’s overlooked founding father
And Bishop David McGough says prayer leads us beyond our fears.
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Doffing your hat to a lady could soon be a hate crime, warns Dennis Sewell
Dan Hitchens weighs up the Amoris Laetitia debate, three months after its publication
Pilgrimage should hurt, argues Jonathan Wright
Daniel Kalder profiles the enigmatic Christian scholar who shocked the Islamic world
Niall Gooch’s baby son gives him a theology class – or several
Lots of marriage prep is a waste of time, says Quentin de la Bédoyère. Here’s how to make it work
Rudyard Kipling has some ferocious advice for today’s politicians, says Mary Kenny
Tim Stanley used to think he’d flourish in prison. That was before he saw Wentworth
Fr John Zuhlsdorf on a high-profile row about Latin translation
Peter Hitchens pays tribute to the long-suffering people of Russia
And Fr Ronald Rolheiser asks what God’s anger really means
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