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The Sodality of the Blessed Sacrament now has hundreds of members across the world

The cardinal believes reception of Communion depends on ‘conscience’. Does his reasoning add up?

Francis Phillips reviews Charles Coloumbe’s ‘Catholic Quest for the Holy Grail’

The cardinal’s much-discussed lecture was worryingly ambiguous – and in one important place just incorrect

The spirituality of skiing

Paolo Gambi talks to several skiers about how the mountains influence their spiritual side

The drama left many unanswered questions

Cardinal Zen has history on his side, and he knows China better than any in the Vatican diplomatic corps

Including the Florentine nobleman who led a life of uninterrupted charity

At this point, there are only four possible explanations for what happened to a crucial letter

When it comes to religious freedom, the Chinese government say one thing and do another