Cardinal Vincent Nichols put church before victims of sexual abuse; Three Popes failed to curb Theodore McCarrick; The impact of Covid-19 on Muslim communities and lessons learned
The Church of England has published its long- awaited resource, Living in Love and Faith, aimed at enabling Christians to explore issues of identity, sexuality, relationships and marriage. The timetable for considering the documents and deciding on policy could be as swift as two years.
The tidal wave of condolences triggered by the death of Rabbi Lord Sacks, honour him as a towering intellect, beloved mentor and most wonderful and compassionate man.
Andrew Brown asks how France can address the recent savage Jihadi violence, and hears experts suggest that the secular state makes a free discussion of the problems of religious extremism impossible for policy makers.
Understanding the Hindu festival of Karva Chauth, when wives celebrate their marriage by dressing again as brides, feasting with each other before dawn, and then staying with the sisterhood while fasting for a day.
Faith groups resist government’s plan to ban public worship; Greek Orthodox priest shot and critically injured in France; Sikh charity offers help for 10,000 homeless in London alone