Should the Pope be tried for crimes against humanity?
A United Nations jurist wants to put Benedict XVI in the dock for condoning sex-abuse. The real question is, how many others should be there with him?
Moral panic flares again
Is priestly paedophilia a problem? Yes, says an Italian sociologist. Is it a big problem? No.
Paedophile priests and the pope
The issue of abusive priests has become another excuse for the war of secularism against Christianity, says a former president of the Italian Senate.
The gathering storm
The scandal of sexual abuse by priests in
Europe is distracting us from an even bigger scandal in the future, one which
the media helped to create.
Benedict and the synagogue, Pius and the Holocaust
Old controversies die hard, even in the face of facts.
Seeking the pearl of great price
The Vatican's unexpected announcement this week made headlines around the world. An Anglican bishop who entered the Catholic Church in 2007 reflects on its significance.
Crossing the Tiber
The Vatican has opened a door to Anglicans who want to be united to the Pope.
‘To till it and to keep it’
Participants in today’s climate change summit at the United Nations would do well to read Pope Benedict’s guidance on this topic.
What’s love got to do with it?
A business ethicist offers a professional view of Pope Benedict XVI's latest encyclical on ethics in business, 'Caritas in veritate'.
Freedom, solidarity, subsidiarity
Pope Benedict XVI's new encyclical continues 120 years of Catholic social doctrine based on the dignity of the human person and his participation in society.
Africa needs better media coverage
The international media has a woeful ignorance of Africa. Why don't they listen to someone who knows?
African AIDS: the facts that demolish the myths
The mystery of why AIDS has been so devastating in Africa has been solved. And it’s not lack of condoms.
Beating up on the pope
Benedict XVI opens the door to some lost sheep and secularists cry wolf.
Catholic and cool in Sydney
After years of being booed offstage, the curtains have again opened and God is being greeted with tumultuous applause.
Pope to find US Protestants more receptive
Benedict XVI will be welcomed by many American Protestants when he visits the US next week.
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