Could it be a sign of hope for Saudi Arabia’s persecuted Christian minority?
Ukraine is still recovering from the Stalinist famine
‘There’s something very solemn and very reverent going on in a way that I have never experienced in a Protestant church’
When buying ordinary products, you may be funding political causes you reject
The secular lobby targets Catholic schools and hospitals with lawsuits, but there is a fightback
A piano teacher with no theological training has found unlikely fame – and plenty of critics – after his defence of Amoris Laetitia
All too often, families don’t know what their loves one wanted. Tell them now – it’s a chance to witness to the Resurrection
‘Father Leopold Celebrates Mass’ has become a successful ministry for one Catholic family
An Anglican vicar is being punished after writing a strongly-worded letter to his congregation
Christmas Eve falls on the 4th Sunday of Advent this year. What does that mean for Mass attendance?