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India’s Supreme Court has made technical bigamists of Catholics who have remarried after an annulment. But it has not acted unreasonably

Pope Francis was perhaps hyperbolic. But marriage preparation shows real failings to resist the ‘culture of impermanence’

The potential scope of the new definition of episcopal negligence is of huge significance

The drive for radical ‘reform’ could actually prevent the laity from gaining a more prominent voice

Heresy has a specific meaning. Throwing the term around doesn’t help intra-Catholic debates

The blocking of the PricewaterhouseCoopers audit puts the Pope’s legacy as a reformer in peril

Those insisting Francis is a radical progressive can’t have read Amoris Laetitia

This debate pits the newest freedom, so-called “marriage equality”, in direct conflict with the oldest

The Pope’s exhortation makes a crucial reference to John Paul II’s encyclical Familiaris Consortio

In the struggle to preserve the freedoms of conscience and religion, we do not get to pick our battles