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Once, social care was provided in the family. But thanks to family breakdown, the burden now falls on the state

Reports show the current approach is dangerous and ineffective. Catholic schools must show a better alternative

St Robert Southwell heroically ministered to the faithful in Elizabethan England

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As political cartoonist at the Evening Standard, I hope to keep alive a distinguished tradition of mischief making

There are formidable challenges ahead, but we need not panic

The fuss we make about giving up sweets seems ridiculous when a billion Muslims aren’t even drinking water. Catholics once took abstinence seriously

A visit to Rome is incomplete without a pilgrimage to these holy places, sacred to the memory of Christians who were prepared to die for their faith

The Guardian seems to think that the Tale is an anti-religious tract. Well, it isn’t

The Church is a family; in every family there are eccentric uncles and peculiar cousins like Leopold and Ricci who, we all feel, are best forgotten