The aid agency is choosing a new director. Here are six possible candidates
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Archbishop Viganò made four major claims. But do the facts support them?
As an Anglican he had carefully avoided Catholic churches. One unexpected feature of his new religious life struck him forcefully
In upholding immutable truths, the ultramontanists of the 19th century were the true progressives
Hermann Cohen, gambling addict turned Carmelite priest, preached to crowds of thousands across Europe
The smiling pope was patently holy and clever – but, if his pontificate had lasted, would he have faced the same problems as Pope Francis?
At Adoremus, thousands will take to the streets of Liverpool – including Protestant leaders
The archbishop has revealed a network which had long been discussed