Francis Phillips

Francis Phillips on the beauty of the Counter-Reformation

Philip Trower’s style is delightfully informal and accessible to the lay reader

Kathleen Beckman explains this ‘urgent call’

‘God the Father’s Loving Plan’ achieves quite a feat by laying out the whole of salvation history in so brief a compass

Sohrab Ahmari’s conversion story will speak to those longing for transcendence but seduced by the fashionable idols of the age

Martin Mosebach opens up a world unknown to the West – a Church that has been a persecuted minority for over 1,000 years

Diagnosed with terminal cancer, young mother Lisa Wells wrote a book that is funny, tender – and entirely without sentimentality

The founders of a Pentecostal megachurch who converted to Catholicism talk to Francis Phillips about faith, secularism and the abuse crisis

Blessing of throats, wearing of medals, chalking of doors. A beautifully produced encyclopedia describes them all