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French secularists got all they could have wanted years ago. So why are they still angry?

Authorities must allow the parents to follow their heart and exercise their rights to decide Alfie’s future

It was his long hikes in the Nevada desert that first gave Kenneth Garcia a sense of the ‘mysterious and holy’

German bishops at war

Communion for Protestants has split the German Church – and now it’s the Vatican’s problem

A former ambassador provides some advice for Vatican officials negotiating with China

The state is increasingly taking charge of our children’s values, their gender ‘choices’, and even whether they should live or die

A new biography of the Prince of Wales is seriously lacking

Those who misled the Pope ‘no doubt felt they were protecting the institution’, says Marie Collins

Yesterday’s decision is a clear violation of civil liberties, and there is a dreadful irony at its heart

What is it about American society that makes the religious faith of immigrant communities atrophy?