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January 08, 2015
Boxing legend Manny Pacquiao's embracing of Protestantism means the Catholic Church in the Philippines has a fight on its hands
January 08, 2015
Frederick Wiseman's new film about the National Gallery is reassuringly serious
July 24, 2014
A brilliant BBC Four documentary tells the triumphant story of David Rudisha and Brother Colm O'Connell
April 10, 2014
John Michael McDonagh has found his very own De Niro in Brendan Gleeson
February 13, 2014
British Museum curator Irving Finkel tells Will Gore how the chance discovery of a Babylonian tablet helped him trace the roots of Noah’s Ark
January 24, 2014
The Coen brothers new film is fine achievement despite the fact it has been snubbed by the Oscars
December 19, 2013
In this week’s Christmas double edition of The Catholic Herald Hollywood star Bradley Cooper discusses faith and his father; Peter Hitchens on Christmas for contrarians; Archbishop Nichols’ Christmas message to readers; Madeleine Teahan selects 2013’s most memorable moments; the Herald’s people of the year are revealed; there’s a special festive supplement featuring pieces by Melanie
December 19, 2013
Executioners in Indonesia, astronauts adrift in space and a writer blocked in Rome have helped make 2013 a memorable year for film lovers
December 12, 2013
In this week’s print edition of The Catholic Herald American campaigner Abby Johnson explains why she walks out on the abortion industry; Melanie McDonagh explains why Nelson Mandela was a secular saint; an extract from Michael Coren’s new book says Catholicism is more relevant than ever; Daniel Cronin argues that Francis’s meeting with Benedict XVI
December 05, 2013
in the light of the taking of 12 nuns in Syria, Xavier Beauvois' film about the assassination of Tibhirine is more powerful than ever
November 21, 2013
An attempt to depict the assassination of JFK through the eyes of the people who were there amounts to a dull historical re-enactment
October 18, 2013
In this week’s print edition of The Catholic Herald Julie Etchingham on the Sisters who are taking on the traffickers; Melanie McDonagh asks whether Catholics must back mass immigration; Paul Johnson says CS Lewis was Britain’s St Augustine; Edward Pentin explains how to visit Rome in the austerity era; Jonathan Luxmoore discusses why churches in
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