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The Covid enquiry will give us some answers, but we must also learn the human lessons of the pandemic

I suppose it comes as no surprise that the much-anticipated government Covid enquiry is starting to expose all sorts

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French Carmelite priest who understood the unexpected pathways to synodality

At the recent Plenary Meeting of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales there was a great deal

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Story of St Winefride takes on new relevance as shrine is elevated to National Status

At this week’s plenary meeting of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England & Wales, a resolution was passed that

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Say a prayer that peace and common sense prevail this Remembrance weekend, says Joseph Kelly

After what has been yet another week of political controversy and uproar, the country is understandably holding its breath

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Israel’s ill-judged siege of Gaza is doomed to repeat the failures of the past, says Joseph Kelly

Over the past week or so I’ve written very little about the Israel-Gaza war. The history of this conflict

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Listening rather than talking needs to be the next stage of the synodal journey, says Joseph Kelly

As the many Participants in the XVI Ordinary General Assembly of the Synod of Bishops pack their bags and

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Global leaders should turn to words of Pope John XXIII in their search for Gaza peace solution, says Joseph Kelly

For a long time there has been a sense around the country that our political leaders are becoming increasingly

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The suffering of innocent children should be cause to stop war, not escalate it, says Joseph Kelly

(Trigger warning: contains some graphic description of conflict injuries) Earlier today (Friday 13th Oct.), the Vatican’s Cardinal Secretary of

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Silence throughout the synod is probably wise, but decisions will need to be explained adequately

For months now it’s been hailed as the most important meeting of minds in the recent history of the

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Society needs to get an urgent grip of the underlying causes of knife crime, says Joseph Kelly

The dreadful killing of 15-year-old Elianne Andam, who was stabbed in the neck with a kitchen knife on her

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Draconian speed limits are hiding a much deeper global crisis over car ownership, says Joseph Kelly

It’s rapidly becoming one of the most unpopular and controversial pieces of government legislation in decades, with more than

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With the death of the teenager known only as ST, end-of-life decisions have taken a dangerous new turn, says Joseph Kelly

The sad death on Tuesday evening of the young 19-year-old girl who can only be referred to as ST

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