Joanna Bogle

This was Britain’s most powerful Catholic gathering since Pope Benedict XVI’s visit in 2010

I will remember this National Eucharistic Congress for years to come

An upbeat exploration of St John Paul II’s Theology of the Body shows the way forward for catechesis

On March 25th, one woman changed the course of all human history by saying yes to God

Feast days make the Faith come alive and present a great opportunity to evangelise

Joanna Bogle on the London parish that witnessed Saturday’s terror attack

Bishop John MacWilliam’s new diocese covers 800,000 square miles of arid land in southern Algeria. ‘You go where you are needed,’ the former Army officer says

The Pope Emeritus stating there is no unpublished secret has only fuelled the Fatima rumour machine

Prison can be a time for rethinking. As a catechist, I have seen a deep spiritual hunger behind the locked doors

When we saw a protest for women’s ordination outside a Chrism Mass, we knew we had to offer a response