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Lay-led services invite a parody of the Mass. Bishops must exercise discipline where necessary

Veritatis Splendor was not referenced once in nearly 400 notes accompanying Amoris Laetitia. It cannot be ignored

The case of Pastor Brunson shows the challenges that Christians face under Erdogan

Ethical issues around the bombings have never been resolved

Many Catholics no longer trust them to handle the issue

Does Lambeth Council think pro-life views are so dangerous that the public needs protecting from them?

Policies have slowly improved. But as a matter of justice, individual prelates should admit wrongdoing and step down

Chris Bell founded Good Counsel to help women in crisis pregnancy

The rise of food banks tells a clear story. The government must address the welfare system and employment law

Since 1968, Church leaders have tried to preserve a fragile truce. But repeated compromises have fostered a culture of deceit