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The Pastoral Appeal, signed by 250 priests, asks bishops to condemn errors on Communion for the remarried and other questions

Canon law does not envisage the ongoing reception of Communion by someone who remains Protestant

Modern-day Pharisees are trying to get round the Church’s teaching on objective right and wrong. Their next target? Humanae Vitae

A silent majority of bishops agree, but one can appreciate why they haven’t spoken out

Former US nuncio Archbishop Vigano joined the Kazakhstan bishops in an apparent response to Pope Francis

The Pope has given official approval to a document by the Buenos Aires bishops. That won’t necessarily change what Catholics believe

The bishops only say that ‘integration’ and ‘discernment’ are necessary

Cardinal Brandmüller defended the dubia, saying that many people were concerned by the situation in the Church

The council cited the traditional teaching reaffirmed by John Paul II and Benedict XVI

Marriage and baptism are not bourgeois rites of passage. We need to make them easier