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Christians shouldn’t hold their breath, but change may yet be possible

The Saudi Crown Prince’s visit has prompted a debate in the UK which wouldn’t happen in an absolute monarchy

Many Western observers fail to understand the religious side of the debate

Don’t expect the country to turn to Western-style secularism any time soon

Archbishop Georges Pontier’s call for a national unity will likely go unheeded as the nation heads for strikes and social unrest

Trump’s populism and Macron’s haughty liberalism are, in substance, not significantly different

French Catholics played a surprisingly large role in the campaign. They now have a fight on their hands

He was mocked as a miserablist, but he brought beauty out of the gloom

We should be wary of well-meaning attempts to regulate speech – even when they’re supposed to protect Catholics

Georgetown’s apology for slavery is light on moral argument and even lighter on theology