Francis Phillips

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

He understood how the atheist view impoverishes our understanding of the rise of Christianity

Those who need guidance praying the rosary should try Fr Dwight Longenecker’s book

Francis Phillips reviews Charles Coloumbe’s ‘Catholic Quest for the Holy Grail’

Mortara’s memoirs can teach us about openness to grace – whether or not Pius IX was right to remove him from his parents

Fr Donald Haggerty has written a book that deserves reading and re-reading