Uniting England around Our Lady One of the great treasures of the National Gallery is the Wilton Diptych. Completed in around 1395 as a...
Bullivant in Hell
Friday supper: Tomato, goats’ cheese and basil tart
A New Old Favorite
Fr Matthew Pittam
Silence in class One of the most rewarding aspects of my ministry as a school chaplain has been to introduce students to Adoration of...
In praise of mediocrity In his 1961 novel Catch-22, Joseph Heller famously turns a Shakespeare quote on its head: “Some men are born mediocre,...
It is true Walsingham is no Lourdes or Fatima but that is part of the appeal of the place
Maintaining schools which are Catholic in name only serves no one
Walsingham without a Holy House is like Lourdes without the Grotto
The Government has said no school will be forced to become an academy, but it now seems inevitable that most will convert at some...
A closer look at three communities breathing fresh life into the Church
Pilgrimages are rising in popularity once more; here are some that deserve more attention
The faithful who attend the daily Mass service are often the backbone of the congregation
Here are some of the most intriguing shrines to visit on St Michael's feast day
The faithful in America has embraced these memorials. Catholics in Britain should do the same
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