Africa

Nineteenth-century writers were an intriguing mix of curiosity and prejudice; modern writers are equally prejudiced, but not in a good way

Well, here is a checklist. And it doesn’t include aid

Often aid gives power and patronage to corrupt regimes that are the cause of poverty themselves

The head of the world’s first ordinariate tells Anna Arco that the new structure will have a powerful missionary drive

Five youngsters put off university to work for Cafod in Africa