Francois Hollande never took up the traditional honour. But his successor has surprisingly strong Catholic sympathies
Peter Kreeft’s ‘Forty Reasons’ is a commendably concise apologetic
Without a broader appointment process, and a better complaints system, there will be more scandals like this one
The Pope seems to advocate challenge and less comfort for young Catholics
Before her conversion she was a bohemian who lived for free love. Now she’s on the road to canonisation
Everyone is talking about it – but what does that say about us?
The US bishops present More as a martyr of conscience. But it was a Catholic conscience before all else
The SSPX founder changed the Church, but in ways he could never have imagined
In the global culture war, secularism is suddenly facing a strong challenge
The prime minister is demanding that Catholic hospitals perform abortions. Will they comply?