The Pope has given official approval to a document by the Buenos Aires bishops. That won’t necessarily change what Catholics believe
A doctor describes how he copes with experiences that would crush many other healthcare professionals
If the cap is scrapped, everyone wins
As our society cuts itself off from its religious moorings, where can we turn?
More religion, not less of it, is the answer to the problem of extremism
Angelo Stagnaro thought he was meeting the Holy Father. But all was not as it seemed
There are many signs of hope in the American Church. We’ll be covering it even more
In 2017, the Church has endured an abuse crisis, lost a same-sex marriage vote and failed to stop euthanasia. Can it recover?
Despite the heightened anti-Catholic feeling, an increasing number of young people are fervent in their faith
Cardinal Raymond Burke talks division, the End Times and what he would do if elected Pope