For centuries the remains of one of England’s earliest saints lay hidden from the world. But now – quite astonishingly – they have come to light, says David Keys in this week’s cover story. Francis Young explains the significance of the discovery. Also in this issue, Benedict Rogers meets a cardinal who celebrated Mass secretly in a Soviet prison. Mary Kenny explains the right way to celebrate St Patrick’s Day. And Andrew M Brown worries that TikTok is killing the nursery rhyme.
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