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Is the ‘apostolic constitution’ as big a deal as people think?

The new law appears to combine the Synod’s teaching authority with that of the Roman Pontiff

Fr Thomas Berg shows how there can be a way forward for victims

Some Vatican staff shared the public’s dismay at the image – but by then it was too late

Some fear that state investigations will lead to state interference

Heroes, by the grace of God

The martyrs teach us that witness to the truth is always possible

The downpour was certainly penitential, but also strangely uplifting

A comedy obsessed with divine justice

Dante thought politicians had ruined Italy. His poem takes revenge

High-minded members of the professional class disdain the sport, but they miss the point

‘Karol, the man who became Pope’ mixes modern history, moral dilemmas and human situations