Cuts to overseas aid would make headlines, but will no one challenge Westminster’s cosy consenus
In the end, it’s obedience, not personal choice, that holds us together as a people
The bishops’ decision to reintroduce the Catholic custom of Friday penance is a weekly reality check
Should justice be a matter of interpreting law or a matter of rewarding desert?
As people look across the Atlantic to see what’s going on with the US and Canadian ordinariates, Fr Christopher Phillips tells it straight
It’s a big news day for Catholic geeks with the publication of the Instruction Universae ecclesiae and in Britain the results of the Bishops’ plenary meeting
And what exactly constitutes a ‘pastoral need’?
Watch this space: if I’m right, that’s the kind of bishop we should now get
The funeral was attended not only by golf luminaries but also the ordinary people of the town
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