February 15, 2019

Opinion & Features

In a hyper-partisan era, even appeals to ancient truths are seen as a political gambit

The Emiratis made sure we were well treated during the Pope’s visit

The Vatican’s inaction on major diplomatic crises has inadvertently strengthened the hand of people like Maduro and Putin

All manner of future luminaries passed through the classrooms of Stonyhurst

Withholding money from the collection, receiving Communion, and lesser known Catholic authors

The post-Sixties emphasis on ‘inclusion’ has led to people taking Communion as a matter of course, whether or not they’ve been to Confession

Outspoken Vatican magazine editor Lucetta Scaraffia on the abuse crisis, abortion and her journey back to the faith

London may have some of the finest restaurants in the world – but when they’re bad, they’re really bad

News Analysis

Life & Soul



Jack Carrigan on the inner strength of the migrants who died at the hands of ISIS

In our disconnected world, the act of reading out loud makes all the difference

When Christianity began, belief in the end times was common, says Stav Sherez