Jonathan Wright

Superficial similarity may hide more fundamental disagreements

Blessed Oscar Romero was no political activist. As his country fell into chaos he remained a priest first and last

A translation of ‘the first true biography of an African woman’ challenges lazy assumptions about the continent’s culture

How seriously should we take the French Jesuit as a Christian thinker?

In this superb biography of Archbishop Daniel Mannix , Brenda Niall delivers an even-handed assessment of her subject

Books about the Trinity don’t usually mention Pinocchio or Heston Blumenthal – this one does…

A chronicle of the period between 1910 and 1929 when so many Mexican Catholics endured banishment and persecution

An warm account of significant figures with close links to the English Benedictine community

A new book captures the dilemmas facing three popes who were confronted by Fascism and Communism in the 20th century

A scholar investigates whether the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults really works