Pope Benedict’s decision shocked the world. But was it the right thing to do?
A review of ‘Made for Love’ by Fr Michael Schmitz
Canon law does not envisage the ongoing reception of Communion by someone who remains Protestant
Bishop Robert Barron believes once people are hooked on beauty, they are more receptive to the truths of the faith
Why did the Archbishop of Boston publicly confront the Pope over the case of a Chilean bishop?
Those wanting more than the rat race are ready to listen – even when starring on reality TV
They may seem decadent, but they kept the faith alive in the wake of the Reformation
Around 300,000 people are under siege, yet the world seems to prefer to ignore them
Everyone in Rome says they want an end to abuse scandals. But will they do what it takes?
On the Ahiara dispute and on Bishop Barros, the Vatican has radically changed course