On the UK government’s plan to end “medical” abortion at home – Voice of the Family

Why sound such a cautious note after an important pro-life victory? Recent history provides the reason On the UK government’s

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The virtue of confidence in times of confusion – Voice of the Family

The difference between hope and confidence – Fr Thomas de Saint-Laurent (1879-1949) says in his famous Book of Confidence – is not

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Sermon on Sexagesima Sunday – Voice of the Family

This is what Our Lord calls “the mystery of the kingdom of God”. Is it not Sermon on Sexagesima Sunday –

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The way forward as the Covid-19 pandemic may be receding – Voice of the Family

There are of course conflicting signals, but it does seem possible that the political and health establishment is beginning to

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Vatican II “Draft of a Dogmatic Constitution on Chastity, Marriage, the Family and Virginity”: a schema that should have never been rejected (Part III) – Voice of the Family

The first part of this article considered how at the beginning of the Second Vatican Council, a schema “On Chastity, Marriage, the

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On God’s side – Voice of the Family

One of the first Oratorians, a certain companion of St Philip Neri, is known to have preferred authors who, on

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Vatican II “Draft of a Dogmatic Constitution on Chastity, Marriage, the Family and Virginity”: a schema that should have never been rejected (Part II) – Voice of the Family

The first part of this article considered how, at the beginning of the Second Vatican Council, a schema “On Chastity, Marriage,

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Sermon on the Feast of Purification – Voice of the Family

Today is the fortieth day after Christmas, and so holy Church is celebrating another great feast: the feast which we

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The old Mass, and being stricter than the law – Voice of the Family

Since 2004, with a break in 2020 for COVID, the Archdiocese of Westminster has supplied an auxiliary bishop to confer

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The Mass of all time: the bulwark of orthodoxy – Voice of the Family

The liturgy is dogma prayed. In other words, it is the orthodoxy of the Catholic faith expressed in the official

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