Nunsense about the pill
Alex Perrottet | 09 December 2011 |
Why the hazards of nulliparity in the cloister have nothing to do with the Vatican.
“Mr President, push the reset button on DOMA”
Bob Laird | 18 October 2011 |
A Catholic bishop warns Obama that his stance on marriage puts him seriously offside with the church.
Upstanding or grandstanding?
Michael Kirke | 06 September 2011 |
tags: Catholic Church, child sexual abuse, Ireland
The Irish government is understandably furious over a report on clerical sex abuse. But is it courageous enough to examine the scandals for which it is responsible?
Youth in search of inspiration
Francois Jacob | 26 July 2011 |
tags: Catholic Church, UN, World Youth Day
The UN wants young people to change the world. In Madrid the Pope will ask them to change themselves.
Causes? What causes?
Michael Cook | 20 May 2011 |
A US$1.8 million report on child sex abuse in the Catholic Church was five years in the making but offers few insights.
Attacking the last acceptable prejudice
Michael Coren | 18 April 2011 |
tags: Catholic Church
A Canadian journalist defends the case for Catholicism against its critics.
Ronan Wright | 13 April 2011 |
tags: Catholic Church, Devil
This supernatural thriller hasn't completely exorcised its classic predecessor from the 1970s.
Abuse allegations: true, false and truthy
Richard Fitzgibbons and Peter Kleponis | 12 April 2011 |
tags: Catholic Church, sex abuse crisis
21 Philadelphia priests were recently stood down, even though most of them are clearly not abusers. What is going on?
Treehuggers no more
Michael Cook | 22 March 2011 |
tags: Australia, Catholic Church, Greens
An Australian election this coming weekend has put the spotlight on radical themes in the Greens Party.
Light of the World
Francis Phillips | 10 December 2010 |
tags: Benedict XVI, Catholic Church
Benedict XVI gives revealing answers in a searching interview with a German journalist.
The Teflon Pontiff
Alessandra Nucci | 15 October 2010 |
tags: Benedict XVI, Catholic Church, media
Papa Ratzinger has consistently turned troubles into triumphs.
An unlikely defender for the Pope
William West | 07 October 2010 |
A sometime critic of the Catholic Church has defended the Pope against claims that he should be prosecuted for condoning sex abuse
“I felt as if I had been given my country back”
Joanna Bogle | 22 September 2010 |
We have been given another vision of Britain – brighter and more interesting.
A man of endless controversy
Jack Valero | 10 September 2010 |
tags: Catholic Church, John Henry Newman, media
As ever, the philosopher, theologian, poet, priest, and saint is a towering figure who is both loved and despised.
Heart speaks to heart
Juan R. Vélez | 10 September 2010 |
The scholar and churchman was also a model of deep and enduring friendship.