Jonathan Wright

Jonathan Wright on the unintended consequences of the Reformation

All manner of future luminaries passed through the classrooms of Stonyhurst

The seekers of religious freedom in the North American colonies often did not extend that right to the ‘papist devils’

The early modern Puritans belonged to a world, and a worldview, that we find hard to grasp, says Jonathan Wright

Jonathan Wright on how Asian authors re-imagined Christ

A useful but rose-tinted account of England’s break with Rome