Jonathan Wright

The harried English Catholic community stuck to its Christmas traditions, from carols to wild merry-making

The Klan is known mainly for its racism, but it also long harboured a virulent strain of anti-Catholicism

Fr William Aitcheson has admitted he was a member of the KKK, one of the most brutally anti-Catholic groups in America

When it came to religion, the dazzling novelist was achingly dull

The Conservative MP’s sixth child can learn a lot from his historical namesakes

What does cryonics mean to those of us who believe in an afterlife?

Book review: retreat, or surrender, is the worst possible response to a secular world

Review: Afterlife by Philip C Almond

Book review: Christ’s Samurai by Jonathan Clements

Book review: American Jesuits and the World by John T McGreevy