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April 8, 2020

Canon 220 of the Code of Canon Law encapsulates a principle common to both the civil and canonical traditions, namely: the presumption of innocence. In the field of safeguarding this irreplaceable component of justice has from time to time become obscured. This is not...

April 4, 2020

In their "From the Depths of Our Hearts" Pope Benedict and Cardinal Sarah express their shared anxiety for the ease with which certain leaders in the church have lost sight of the sole rationale for the Church's existence:  the person and mission of Christ who is Truth...

April 2, 2020

Today marks the fifteenth anniversary of St John Paul II. No amount of writings, learned articles, or, biographies can do justice to this great man. From the first words of his pontificate he recognised both are human susceptibility to fear and was not slow to provide...

April 1, 2020

In recent days, a good deal of anguish has been expressed concerning the closure of churches and the non-celebration of the sacraments in a manner which is accessible to the faithful. It has been rightly pointed out that these are, according to our faith, essential ser...

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