In praise of a history documentary with an important cause at its heart

Andrew Roberts’ excellent biography of Napoleon Bonaparte should have been on the outgoing Labour leader’s reading list

Cardinal gives homily during historic ceremony in Leicester on Sunday

The king was no usurper and had no motive for killing the ‘princes in the tower’

Armenia has arguably produced more martyrs than anywhere else, given that the victims of the genocide were killed in hatred of the Faith

The Professor shows himself the master of the soundbite when he describes British values as ‘queuing, drunkenness and loving pets’

We laugh at ludicrous anti-Catholic conspiracies. But we underestimate how many minds they poison, thanks to the latest developments in digital technology

Andrew M Brown finds ways of dealing with the anti-Catholic bias in many history books

The Society of Jesus had a huge influence on European drama at the time

Almost 400,000 images of parish registers are being made available by the Irish Church and the National Library of Ireland