A breath of life for an old religion
Pope Francis's game plan is a stunning and inspiring document.
Why liberal adulation risks obscuring the Pope’s mission
Is Francis really the obvious new hero for the Left?
The views of the Fisherman
Months after his election, the new Pope is still making waves.
Pope defends faith as road to truth
The first encyclical of the new Pope -- Lumen Fidei, "The Light of Faith" -- is an outreach to non-believers and wavering Christians.
Scotland’s spiritual scandal
Disheartened Catholics mustn't waste a good crisis after the disgrace of Cardinal Keith O'Brien.
New bells for Notre Dame de Paris
The most famous cathedral in the world is giving itself a big present -- nine new bells, to celebrate its 850th birthday.
Moving forward: what name will the next Pope choose?
The odds on who will be elected are very long, but we have some good tips on what name he will choose.
Why I will miss Benedict XVI
Wisdom, piety, humility, gentleness, intellectual rigour and faith in reason are all marks of this true German Shepherd.
Testimony to a great trust
Pope Benedict XVI’s final public address is a testament to Christian faith, hope and love - especially love, the keynote of his pontificate.
A pure, gem-like flame
A good man, but a poor Pope? Think again.
Beyond the call of duty
You won’t hear much praise of Pope Benedict XVI from the usual pundits, but what do they know?
A Pope who surprised the world with his gentleness and intellectual clarity had one last surprise up his sleeve.
The Second Vatican Council was a landmark event whose effects are still being felt in the Catholic Church.
Catholic women and that other contraceptive mandate
Why do so many church-going women reject Catholic teaching on family planning? At last someone has asked them.
The Gray Lady learns how to genuflect
After years of bishop-bashing, the New York Times is now holding up America's Catholic bishops as experts in justice and compassion. It must be election time.
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