“I am not Charlie Hebdo”
Insult is the lowest – and now most dangerous – form of free speech
The reason for the season
Christmas Day 2000 years ago really did change the world for ever.
A joyful, crowded 21st century pilgrimage
If religion is on the wane it is was not evident in Madrid or Rome earlier this month.
A ray of light through the clouds
We need saints to dispel the miasma of evil. Alvaro del Portillo was one of them.
How Israel can bring peace to the world
"A light unto the nations" should accommodate all creeds and peoples, says a Jewish psychologist.
In Nigeria, a dialogue of life brings religious groups together
“We are not just fighting each other – that is a caricature of our country,” says an archbishop.
Of astrophysics and atheism
Why we need religion in the space age.
The muddled iconography of women bishops
A Church of England decision adds to the confusion about the meaning of priesthood.
Shoots of hope for Christians in Syria’s civil war
In the midst of the chaos and carnage, a church elects a new patriarch.
What is the real story behind Ireland’s mass grave?
A media storm is gathering over the discovery of hundreds of infants buried at a Catholic home for unmarried mothers.
Where is best to advertise for the CEO of a leper colony?
Probably not among the foes of a Christian Britain.
A Pope in love with truth and freedom
What was it like to work close to Pope John Paul II for many years? A former head of the Vatican Press Office gives some insights.
If a company can be African American, can’t it be religious?
A business owner brings his values and his entire self—his faith no less than his race—to his daily work.
Pope Francis’ historic mission to the Middle East
The new Pope is popular because of his concern for the marginalised, but he is not neglecting Christian unity.
Selling the faith of unbelievers
Richard Dawkins' new film, The Unbelievers, peddles an increasingly unlikely worldview.
Here’s a Pope who condemns unfettered capitalism. So he must be a Marxist, right?
Nope, but it’s hard to convince some people.
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?
Faith and family, society’s double helix
Religion needs the family as much as the family needs religion.
What’s wrong with Richard Dawkins?
For starters, his arguments for Darwinism are not very scientific.
The views of the Fisherman
Months after his election, the new Pope is still making waves.
How the West really lost God
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The decline in the family has driven a decline in religious practice, says an American journalist.
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