Francis Phillips

A classic work, published in 1930, stands the test of time

‘One may be optimistic, but one can’t exactly be joyful at the prospect before us,’ the Civilisation presenter said

The question is more complicated than you may think

A children’s book recounts a popular legend

Christopher Carstens offers advice on deepening your devotion during the Mass

The elitist original is far superior to the BBC’s messy, relativistic remake

Although there is a Gnostic element to his thinking, Peterson’s work is permeated with biblical references

The memoirs of Goebbels’ secretary show a woman who just got on with the job without questioning

Bishop Robert Barron believes once people are hooked on beauty, they are more receptive to the truths of the faith