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A friend convinced me to visit Boston’s ordinariate community. What followed was a revelation

A new book says the idea that Stevens became a Catholic would be hard to digest. But that misunderstands his poetry

Sally Read explains why she thinks the Mass is a beautiful poem

My journey from Tehran to Rome

As a Muslim-born Iranian, I first doubted God, then flirted with Nietzsche and Marxism. But the whisper of conscience kept suggesting that I go to Mass

The author explains why she believes her book has helped spark resistance to the ‘gender revolution’

Cardinal Kurt Koch, who leads ecumenical relations for the Vatican, made the comments at an interfaith meeting in Cambridge

Bogus statistics ‘show’ that most converts drift away. Solid research from the US suggests the opposite

Stalin’s Daughter explores the life of the woman whose father’s infamous legacy following her around the globe

The story of a rabbi’s unconventional path to the Church

Fifth Sunday of Lent, Jer 31:13-34; Heb 5: 7-9; jn 12: 20-30 (Year B)