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When people come back to the sacrament ‘they leave walking on clouds and often in tears. Their lives are never the same.’

The newly rebuilt Noto Cathedral is a place everyone needs to see

What is Septuagesima?

For centuries, pre-Lent Sundays had a special significance. We need to rediscover them

Including the saint who travelled on the back of a sea monster, and a weaver who was forced to become a bishop

Edith Stein’s mother struggled to accept her daughter’s newfound Christian faith

The subject of child abuse does not lend itself well to off-the-cuff remarks

Benedict’s vision of Christian love in Deus Caritas Est warns us against those who claim we have a ‘duty of hatred’

Never mind integralism. The Church and its members can show civil society the path out of the present crisis

Meet Walsingham’s Catholic gin-makers

England’s great pilgrimage site now has a gin distillery inspired by the Faith

Is Latin America still Catholic?

Latin Americans have been defecting to Protestantism for decades. Now many are rejecting organised religion altogether