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Paul Shrimpton says the Christian faith of those involved in the White Rose movement has been downplayed or ignored

The country has a history of putting unfit people in positions of power

Actions spoke louder than words on Holy Thursday

Why Trappist ale tastes better

The monks of St Joseph Abbey in Massachusetts combine jam-making and brewing with ancient monastic traditions

Nobody supported me in my pregnancy. Then I was thrown a lifeline

French secularists got all they could have wanted years ago. So why are they still angry?

Authorities must allow the parents to follow their heart and exercise their rights to decide Alfie’s future

It was his long hikes in the Nevada desert that first gave Kenneth Garcia a sense of the ‘mysterious and holy’

German bishops at war

Communion for Protestants has split the German Church – and now it’s the Vatican’s problem

A former ambassador provides some advice for Vatican officials negotiating with China