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Argentina is gripped by a debate over whether to change abortion law

Hospitals do not just treat diseases, they treat people. How did things break down at Alder Hey?

The Vatican has failed to come down clearly on either side of the German intercommunion debate

More transparency, tough action against church leaders, and a role for Juan Carlos Cruz would be positive steps

The decision is now in the hands of Rome

Nicaragua’s demons

The Ortega administration has asked Catholic bishops to mediate. Does this signal a new assertiveness in the Latin America Church?

In the campaign to protect the Eighth Amendment, the most visible pro-lifers are educated women

Christian imagery has inspired a major fashion exhibition in New York

The day Britain turned to Mary

That thousands braved foul weather for the Rosary on the Coast speaks to an eternal, universal need to converse with God

God’s Law does not constrict us, but liberates us