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This year, Twelfth Night will be on day eight: give us a break

They were not helped by the claims of some Catholics that Catholic teaching on sexuality was collapsing

Their support for Coalition reform is brave and bold. But can it do any good?

Or should it be left up to individual Catholics to observe?

But “dialogue” does not mean we have to water down what we know to be the truth

Despite the furore over condoms, Light of the World, the book-length interview with Pope Benedict, is about a whole lot more than sex.

Or should he have listened to Fr Lombardi?

On littleness and the liturgy

A meditation on Anglicanorum Coetibus and related matters

The case of Asia Bibi, a Pakistani Christian sentenced to death for blasphemy, raises the question whether there can be dialogue with Islam if there is no religious freedom

Pope Benedict’s interview with Peter Seewald marks an important moment in the Holy Father’s ministry