‘More creativity needed’ - Pope Francis on post-Brexit Europe
There can be a 'healthy disunity' along with fraternity, Francis suggests.
Homosexuality, Marriage and Society
An Australian rabbi looks at contentious issues through the lens of a universal ethics.
Regret Isn’t Rare: The Dangerous Lie of Sex Change Surgery’s…
Stop enabling the delusion.
Summer without an e-sitter - Can it be done?
Yes, because we are already a media-free family.
The real story behind the Pope’s controversial remarks on invalid marriages
He’s just being realistic about widespread lack of commitment
Blind faith in DNA
We should be wary of accepting bold claims by researchers until they have been thoroughly tested
EU referendum: the positive case for voting Remain
The UK could play a major role in reforming the EU’s institutions from the inside.
Why Britain must leave the European Union
The founder of the UK Independence Party says Britain and Europe will both gain from Brexit.
Q&A: What will happen on June 24 if the UK…
It depends on the margin. A very close vote will resolve nothing.
The Zeitgeist of self-delusion
Meryl Streep's latest film is a parable of contemporary transgenderism
Surrogacy has something to offend everyone
Whether you are progressive or conservative, feminist or pro-life, straight or gay, surrogacy is not the answer.
The effect of Europe’s migrant crisis
Some countries' foreign born populations have greatly increased.
‘Even criminals have the right to life’: Pope Francis
Pope doubles down on death penalty
Will someone tell Millennials about the marriage premium, please?
Something about the state of being married causes both spouses to earn more.
Translating crucial lessons about character into everyday life.
Is technology making us dumber or smarter? Yes
Smarter, perhaps. But not wiser.
‘To kill or not to kill, that is the question’
A new film about Jerome Lejeune shows the drama of his life after identifying the cause of Down syndrome.
A universal basic income won’t do everyone good
What if there isn’t enough work to go around?
Murder and intrigue at the seaside
MercatorNet readers reveal their favourite crime reads for the beach.
A fanfare of failures
Why have so many recent films celebrated artistic and sporting failures?
A picture perfect book for vacation reading
A picture book worth the investment
The Canada Family Life Project finds immediate action needed
What Canadians say about elder care.
Jo Cox: looking at refugees with a mother’s heart
The murdered British MP wanted Britain to take more child refugees.
Brexit stands or falls on values, not money
This is about much more than economics; it’s about the human person
Body shaming: it’s about more than shape
A ban on certain ads in London leaves a basic issue unaddressed.