Michael Duggan

Catholic writer John Waters believes his country is blighted by mediocrity – but ‘a better day will dawn’

The author could never shake off the allure of religion

No matter how hard they try, Sting and ‘the Boss’ can’t seem to leave the faith behind

Inspired by Pope Leo XIII, Jules Rimet created a tournament that brought warring nations together

John Curry was a humble, shy man throughout his life – but he stood his ground in telling his astonishing story

Tolkien and Housman had more in common than meets the eye

Antonio Conte, manager of Chelsea, is on the record about the strength of his faith, telling newspapers about his prayer life and about meeting the Pope

Dreher says Christians in America have to accept they will soon be part of a tiny, embattled minority

The former deputy Labour leader, a ‘hardened atheist’, was so intrigued by British Catholics he wrote a 600-page history of them

Book review: A shocking cultural collapse has occurred among America’s poor. RR Reno points the way to renewal