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A visit to Rome is incomplete without a pilgrimage to these holy places, sacred to the memory of Christians who were prepared to die for their faith

‘Cowardly acquiescence is not the love of peace,’ Dietrich von Hildebrand writes

Fr Sean Davison writes with profound insight on why she is always depicted at the foot of the Cross

The Cardinal and the Pope Emeritus understand that priests and bishops have a special requirement to constantly renew their life of prayer

Diplomacy can disguise the fact that human beings are at the centre of international politics, however powerful their public status

‘I would recommend the Sally Lunn bun to anybody,’ Dom Christopher Calascione says

Dr Adrian Treloar writes that the care we offer the most vulnerable is one way in which we can judge a society

Fr Michael Kerper sheds light on some of the most nagging questions about Catholicism

Ludovic Kennedy helped change the law, but a new book reveals he had a significant blind spot

The great Romantic writer believed that poems should be consonant with Scripture and Christian tradition